dechlorinate


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remove chlorine from (water)

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One sachet can dechlorinate up to two litres of water.
The company is also bringing out a nonstick Super Boiler, which includes a dechlorinate mode to reduce the odor and taste of chlorine in tap water.
An interim facility is required to dechlorinate all effluent disposed of through surface water discharge as per the WWRF%s permit issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).
Bruce Church, will lead a joint Cornell-GNS team to build computational models of Dehalococcoides, a type of bacteria used to dechlorinate toxic pollutants.
GNS will use its REFS(TM) (reverse engineering and forward simulation) software platform to help guide experimental design and to discover key biomolecular "gears in the machine" that drive the organism's ability to dechlorinate toxic pollutants.
If you are going to add fish, be sure to dechlorinate the water first.
Dechlorinate the tap water; this makes the water safe immediately for plants and fish.
Fortunately, these are unstable compounds, especially in the presence of sulfite, which is sometimes used to dechlorinate treated water, so they are unlikely to persist long in the environment," Bedner says.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- MBI International (MBI), headquartered here, has developed innovative technology to dechlorinate polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in contaminated sediments.
This anaerobic process under controlled laboratory conditions can dechlorinate, degrade and reduce PCB levels from about 50 ppm to below 5 ppm in approximately 40 weeks.
Dehalococcoides ethenogenes strain 195 was the first isolate described to dechlorinate PCE to ethene, but the last dechlorination step, VC to ethene, was co-metabolic and slow (Maymo-Gatell et al.
Sequences 3CB2-4 and 3CB3-4 are closely related to uncultured members of anaerobic communities that dechlorinate 1,2-dichloropropane (SHA-207; Schlotelburg et al.
The process rapidly dechlorinates halogenated organic compounds (HOCs), which are contaminants found in ground water, potable water and industrial effluents.