The overall aim of the project is to develop methods to reduce the concentrations of arsenic in drinking water. The developed methods must ensure a sustainable use of the groundwater resource based on the best available technnoly and at the samt time be economically feasible. The project includes studies of arsenic in aquifers, the relationships between pumping strategies and concentrations of arsenic in pumped water and water treatment on water works. The project is conducted in a co-operation with Watertech.
|Effective start/end date||15/03/2007 → 01/04/2008|
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