Hydraulic Modeling Finds, Fixes Chlorine Residual Gaps

June 2017 | Kayson M. Shurtz, Steven C. Jones, Robert B. Sowby, Daniel 'K' Woodbury (Riverton City), and D. Scott Hill (Riverton City)

After switching from wells to surface water, Riverton, Utah, experienced elevated levels of adenosine triphosphate in its water system. Hydraulic modeling helped solve the problem.

Opflow 43 (6): 28–30

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