In 2003, the City of Goodyear, Arizona experienced a shortage of potable water and implemented the use of emergency RO systems to produce additional potable water from a converted agricultural well source. Standardized skid mounted RO trains were purchased with partial pretreatment capabilities including cartridge filters and threshold inhibitor injection. The project is an example of a staged optimization of a
RO treatment process.
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- Keith Edwards
- City of Goodyear, Arizona
- AMTA Biennial Conference, Las Vegas, NV
- Biennial Conference
- Emergency potable water production, Skid mounted RO system, Groundwater wells