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Arsenic Treatment of Groundwater

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The City of Cerritos faces potential fines due to recent changes in regulations of arsenic (As) concentrations in discharged water. The levels of As(III) and As(V), which currently measure to be 11 ppb and 60 ppb, respectively, must be lowered to a total arsenic level of 10 ppb.

To design a system that efficiently removes arsenic from groundwater pumped from underneath the Cerritos Library Parking Structure.

Faculty Advisors: Diego Rosso, Phd  -  Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering    

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Arsenic Treatment of Groundwater - UCI Dean's Choice Award 2016, University of California Irvine