Fig. 5 Relative quantitative total risks for ChemS and Lime water treatment processes

Fig. 5 Relative quantitative total risks for ChemS and Lime water treatment processes

May 9th, 2016

Comparing lifetime risks of water treatment processes using ORE (© Riskope) results from a preliminary analysis of Lime vs. ChemS processes at short, medium and long term. The vertical axe represents the total risk. Each column is split in the risks generated within a macro-element.

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