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It’s believed that the alloy filter has been successfully tested in Phase I and provides a basis for work to proceed in Phase II. Based on the preliminary test results, the entire two stage process could be fit into a standard 20’ long trailer. The overall goal of Phase II is to provide a capital/operating cost per gallon of filtrate at various solids concentrations. This will allow the Navy to determine deployment cost of the full scale technology. The cost to process the raw feed to various solids concentration levels can be compared to other treatment processes and/or waste hauling charges.
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