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TOC SpectrumOrganics Monitoring for Water Reuse Applications
Improvements to resource security and sustainability can be achieved with recycle water from potable reuse efforts. To eliminate public health risks and ensure water is free of pathogens and contaminants in addition to taste, odor and color, reuse projects must demonstrate treatment reliability and robustness. This requires utilizing adequate analytical methods such as Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysis to monitor indicators and surrogates. EPA guidance and regulations in several states now exist for TOC content for reclaimed water. Monitoring TOC allows operators to make real-time, data driven decisions to optimize processes and allows facilities to monitor overall health of treatment systems to meet goals for effluent water quality.

Watch this presentation to learn about:

  • The importance and need for water reuse

  • The importance of reliable analytical tools

  • The value of organics monitoring for potable reuse
  • Example applications and solutions

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Regulatory Compliance

  • Comply with EPA 415.3 and Standard Method 5310 C
  • Meet DBP Limits and TOC removal requirements 
  • Monitor influent and effluent levels of total organic contamination


Process Control and Optimization

  • Save time and money via controlling coagulant dosing, carbon regeneration, and membrane pre-treatment
  • React to changes quickly with onsite analysis as opposed to waiting for third party lab results
  • Protect water quality and treatment assets through data driven process decisions

Featured Product - M5310 C

  • Simple to run, easy to maintain, field and factory support, certified reference materials

  • Calibration just once per year with unmatched stability covering the entire range of the instrument, from 4 ppb to 50 ppm.
  • Configurable in portable, online (single and dual stream options), lab models
  • Accessories for performance (internal ICR, optional raw water sampler)
  • Self-contained with small footprint and internal reagents— no external chemicals, no catalysts, no gas required.
TOC Spectrum