Drinking water purification from natural organic matter by different order addition of alum coagulant and powdered activated carbon
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Combined coagulation and adsorption process are considered to be the most effective integrated treatment system for removing dissolved organic contaminants in treatment of drinking water. This study conducted series of intensive laboratory experiments to assess the process of alum coagulation and powdered activated carbon adsorption (PAC), and to evaluate the effect of the order of adding alum coagulant and PAC to remove natural organic matter in drinking water treatment.
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