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SETWM-20, ACBES-20 & EEHSS-20 Nov. 16-17, 2020 Johannesburg (SA)
Herein, we report the use of breakpoint chlorination for the removal of ammonia from river water. Batch experiments were used to fulfil the goals of this study. Evaluated parameters include hydraulic retention time (HRT), and chemical species concentration. Experimental results denoted the feasibility of removing close to 99 % of ammonia from river water using chlorination. The removal efficacy of ammonia was observed to increase with an increase in chlorine concentration until the breakpointdoi:10.17758/eares10.eap1120248 fatcat:bomvbyvbxfadbgveh4f62ow7em