PACS Seeks GAC Users for Study

Professional Analystical and Consulting Services (PACS) of Coraopolis, Pa., seeks partners to develop improved drinking water quality through a new process to return used granular activated carbon (GAC) back to its unused status.

Ideal partners are activated carbon users who send GAC off-site for reactivation.

Participants would provide used and unused GAC for state-of-the-art characterization at PACS laboratories. PACS would execute the cleaning process on used GAC and again characterize the cleaned product. The working hypothesis is that used GAC can be converted to unused GAC at a lower cost with improved end-user quality.

Interested business partners and project participants should contact George Nowicki at

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