Friday, February 15, 2013

Invitation to Attend "Impact of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials in Water on Your Carbon Filters" Seminar

You are invited to a free educational seminar on how treating drinking water with naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) can lead to activated carbon landfill disposal problems in as little as 7 months.

The seminar will be held March 6 at 9:00 AM at the Res-Kem-Aston, PA facility.

Why should you attend?
If your company uses activated carbon for the treatment of private well ground water for your plant's needs, remediation of ground water for VOC contamination, sulfur removal, radon reduction, this seminar has critical information that may impact the way you conduct your carbon exchange program.

Do you have is this problem? It depends.  There is a rock formation found in the region from central Pennsylvania through New England. Carbon filters can "Technically Enhance" the naturally occurring radioactive materials (TENORM) to a level exceeding landfill allowable radiation levels.
Topographical Map of Pennsylvania Showing Rock Formations
Who is presenting?
This will be about a 1.5 hour, informative, interactive presentation from:
  • Richard Croll - Radiation Health Physicist
  • Jennifer Noll - Pennsylvania DEP
  • Stephanie Carr - Calgon Carbon
Need more information?
Contact Michael Urbans
For directions to our plant in Aston, PA and agenda
Call 800-323-1983 or email