Arkansas River, water quality, treatment costs
Volume III of the overall report for the project to determine the suitability of the Arkansas River for municipal, agricultural and industrial water supplies contains the treatability data. These data include the results of the granular activated carbon, ozonation and packed tower aeration studies. The research project was conducted under contract with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission. Funding was provided by the Corps of Engineers, the Environmental Protection Agency, the City of Little Rock, Rockefeller Foundation and the Ozark Society. Additionally, the U.S. Geological Survey contributed financially by matching the cost of sample collection. The City of Little Rock provided funding for sampling the Little Rock site. Funding for the Lee Creek site was provided by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Jones, Steven M.; Burghart, Steven G.; and Moore, James W.. 1990. Determination of the Suitability of Arkansas River Water for Municipal, Industrial and Agricultural Use: Volume 3 Treatability Study. Arkansas Water Resource Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC067. 337