The proposed project would implement an oxidation-filtration treatment method of iron manganese removal for groundwater produced from Well #5. The treatment facilities would be located exclusively at the Well #5 site alongside existing facilities. All existing facilities would be left in place with the exception of the hydropneumatics surge tank, which would be removed. Groundwater pumped from Well #5 would proceed through the gas chlorinator and sodium bisulfite chemical system before entering the iron manganese filtration system. The additional gas cylinder would provide an additional two milligrams per liter of chlorine for the iron manganese filtration system.
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