Bromate in drinking water, at a level of microgrammes/litre, is a problem in ozonated waters but can be adsorbed, to a certain extent, by granular activated carbon. The adsorption capacity of granular activated carbon for bromate is significantly lowered when there are high concentrations of other anions, most notably chloride and sulphate, present in the water.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|