New SolarBee THM Removal System Helps Meet EPA Stage 2 DBPR
The THM Removal System is used in conjunction with SolarBee mixers to strip THMs in potable water storage tanks.
Dickinson, ND– The new THM Removal System from SolarBee Inc. combines the latest mixing and air-stripping technologies to effectively remove all four types of regulated trihalomethanes (THMs). The new system helps municipalitiescomply with the 80 µg/L locational running annual average limit specified in the EPA Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule.
“When potable water systems experience high levels of THMs, mixing alone will not ensure compliance with the EPA’s Stage 2 DBPR,” said Joel Bleth, president, SolarBee. “For these systems, SolarBee’s effective and economical air-stripping system works in conjunction with a SolarBee mixer to strip THMs from potable water storage tanks and clearwells.”
The SolarBee THM Removal System is modular and scalable to fit any tank size or THM concentration, and it installs with little or no infrastructure change. Tank draining is not required. NSF-approved materials are used throughout and include floating air diffusers that offer extended use with little or no maintenance. Shallow diffuser depth allows use of a low-energy turbine blower. Optional SCADA outputs are available, and SolarBee’s BeeKeeper maintenance and service plan is also available with the THM Removal System.SolarBee offers a rental plan that allows municipalities to try the system first and convert to a purchase later.
SolarBee Inc. provides mixing, disinfectant boosting, and THM removal technologies to solve water quality problems in the potable water storage market. SolarBee’s award-winning and patented long-distance circulation technology (LDC) thoroughly mixes potable water storage tanks, eliminating stagnation and thermal stratification, providing a uniform water age, consuming less disinfectant, and producing fewer DBPs. SolarBee offers a complete line of cost-effective mixers in grid-powered and solar-powered options to mix any tank shape and size. SolarBee’s LDC can also be applied to lakes and raw water reservoirs, wastewater lagoons and basins, and other water reservoirs. For more information about SolarBee, visit www.solarbee.com.
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The new SolarBee THM Removal System, used in conjunction with
SolarBee mixers, combines mixing and air-stripping technologies to
remove all four types of regulated THMs from potable water storage tanks.
This news release and high-resolution image are available for download at www.cccinc.com/pr/solarbee/thm