Campbell Ranch, Nevada - Arsenic & Uranium Treatment

April 6, 2017
Campbell Ranch, Nevada Arsenic & Uranium Treatment
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In March 2009, AdEdge Water Technologies was contacted by the Indian Health Service to design, manufacture and start up an arsenic and uranium treatment system for the Campbell Ranch community in Nevada. Arsenic concentrations were approximately 0.023 mg/L and uranium concentrations were 0.047 mg/L, well above the U.S. EPA maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) of 0.01 mg/L for arsenic and 0.03 mg/L for uranium.

AdEdge designed a dual-stage treatment system rated for a maximum capacity of 200 gallons per minute (gpm). The treatment system was installed in May 2012. After startup, the arsenic and uranium concentrations have lowered to below the MCLs for both arsenic and uranium.

Case Study Fast Facts

Client: Indian Health Service
Location: Campbell Ranch, NV
Date: July 2013
Contaminant: Arsenic, uranium
Flow Rate: 200 gpm

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