“Using Automated On-Site Monitoring to Calibrate Empirical Models of Trihalomethanes Concentrations in Drinking Water”
In our most recent peer-reviewed manuscript, published in Beverages, the THM Rapid Response is used for detailed process monitoring of individual and Total THMs concentrations. The Total THMs concentrations are then used to calibrate an empirical model that uses common water quality parameters to predict Total THMs concentrations. The calibrated empirical model could predict Total THMs concentrations to within 2 ppb, tested up to one calendar year later.
Analytica Chimica Acta
“A device for fully automated on-site process monitoring and control of trihalomethane concentrations in drinking water”
In this peer-reviewed manuscript published in Analytica Chimica Acta, the detailed analytical information of the THM Rapid Response is presented. This data includes method detection limits and a side-by-side comparison study with USEPA Method 524.2, a standard method for trihalomethanes analysis. Analytica Chimica Acta is one of the premier, international applied analytical chemistry journals.
Straight From the Tap
“Establishing an Automated Online Monitoring Program for Trihalomethane Control at the Lebanon, Tennessee Water Treatment Plant”
In our “Straight from the Tap” article, the City of Lebanon, TN established an on-line monitoring program for trihalomethanes, saved operating expenses by using less chemicals, and improved the consistency of the drinking water. Straight from the Tap is the KY/TN American Water Works Association section magazine.