This paper discusses the factors that must be considered in deciding not only what treatment program should be employed, but also what the testing, control, and monitoring protocols should look like.  The primary factors that must be considered, in no particular order, are the following: equipment selection, design, metallurgy, and planned operation; critical temperature and flow considerations; available make-up water chemistry and variability; discharge criteria; plant health and safety considerations and availability of ancillary mechanical treatment systems.

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