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1.Any adsorption column is the answer. Activated carbon is the most commonly used one.
2. Or else you may consider chlorination ...
I need some suggestion on MBR effluent for reuse potential. The effluent water meets the EPA reuse Standards with turbidity <1 NTU. B ...
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