Uranium

Uranium Treatment for Groundwater

Uranium is a naturally occurring metallic element found in certain groundwaters. Most uranium found in nature and associated with groundwater is in the form of uranium isotope 238. This form of uranium breaks down (decays) slowly into daughter products, radium and radon gas. Uranium is significant for designs because it is regulated at 30 µg/l for potable water and exists as an oxyanion when dissolved in water.

Technologies

  • The most cost-efficient technology for uranium removal is the strong base anion exchange process. Typically waters having uranium contain less than 100µg/l. Anion resins have a high affinity for removal, so uranium removal treatment intervals can be long prior to regeneration being required. 

  • Reverse osmosis membrane treatment can also be a suitable technology for uranium removal. Tonka Water can assist designers in membrane selection and system configuration for your uranium treatment goals.

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Tonka Water Uranium Removal Technologies

Tonka Water offers pilot testing to optimize an existing plant or to assist in the design of a new plant.  

RidION

Tonka Water’s RidION™ ion exchange systems use Cation/Anion exchange resins for a wide variety of water treatment applications. 

Ion Exchange Systems

Flux RO/NF Membrane Systems

As a manufacturer of membrane and conventional systems, Tonka Water brings you the best technology of both treatments in one system. As a single source equipment provider, we guarantee system performance. 

Flux NF/RO Membrane System

City of McCook

McCook, NE
The City of McCook, Nebraska has a population of 8,000 and a drinking water supply from nine shallow wells located in an alluvial aquifer adjacent to the Republican River.
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Each plant has different design parameters involving varying water composition. Because each uranium situation is unique, we offer pilot testing to optimize an existing plant or to assist in the design of a new plant. Call your Tonka Water Representative for more information on uranium removal or any other water treatment needs.

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