volume 39, issue 14, P3219-3228 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2005.05.030
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Steffen Grünheid, Gary Amy, Martin Jekel

Abstract: Bank filtration and artificial recharge provide an important drinking water source to the city of Berlin. Due to the practice of water recycling through a semi-closed urban water cycle, the introduction of effluent organic matter (EfOM) and persistent trace organic pollutants in the drinking water is of potential concern. In the work reported herein, the research objectives are to study the removal of bulk and trace organics at bank filtration and artificial recharge sites and to assess important factors of in…

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