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Cutting down on arsenic


Severn Trent Services, of Fort Washington, Pa., introduces SORB 33, a process that can reduce arsenic levels to below 5 (mu)g/L across a complete range of drinking water systems—large and small municipal, heavy and light industrial, and point-of-use/point-of-entry residential and commercial units. The process is based on granular ferric oxide adsorption technology that fixes the contaminant onto a solid media.

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Severn Trent Services
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