Carbon Adsorption

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Carbon Adsorption?

A treatment system that removes contaminants from ground water or surface water by forcing it through tanks containing activated carbon treated to attract the contaminants.

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Activated Carbon   Adsorption   Carbon Absorber   Carbon Monoxide CO   Carbon Tetrachloride CC14   Chlorinated Hydrocarbons   Chlorofluorocarbons CFCs   Fluorocarbons   Granular Activated Carbon Treatment   
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