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Disinfection methods, including ozone, ultraviolet (UV) and chlorine, are often the final and most important stage of the water treatment process. Numerous other alternative disinfection processes, such as chlorine dioxide, potassium permanganate and chloramines, are included as well.


Treating disease-causing pathogens in water

BIRMINGHAM — In a previous Water Technology article, we wrote about how water treatment dealers can help consumers better understand pathogens in water and the most common treatment options.

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Special edition newsletter covers bacteria and viruses

BIRMINGHAM — In case you missed it, check out Water Technology’s Special Topic Newsletter: Bacteria and viruses.

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IUVA 2014 Americas Regional Conference announces this year’s keynote speakers

WASHINGTON — The 2014 International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA), held Oct. 26-28, in White Plains, N.Y., will focus on the latest trends in UV technology.

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Disinfection Template

Professor POU/POE — July 2014

This month’s topic: Singapore International Water Week

NGWA releases four online lessons for well owners

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — The lessons explain arsenic, bacteria, nitrate and radon pollution and what actions to take.

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WRF releases biological filtration monitoring and control research

DENVER — The research will help drinking water utilities understand and utilize BF as an affordable treatment process.

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Scientists find antibiotic-resistant bacteria in Chinese treatment plants

HOUSTON, Texas — The bacteria, which carry the gene NDM-1, are escaping purification and breeding in the plants.

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When seeing is not always believing

Convincing customers of water quality issues without crossing a line.

FMC Corporation prepares for WEFTEC

PHILADELPHIA — WEFTEC is the largest water quality exhibition in the world.

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