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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.


AMR releases report on UV disinfection equipment market

PORTLAND, Ore. — The report projects that the global ultraviolet (UV) disinfection equipment market could potentially reach $2.8 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 15.3 percent during 2014-2020.

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Neptune Benson receives contract for closed vessel UV system

COVENTRY, R.I. — The upgrade will convert the current chlorine-based system at the wastewater facility to a closed vessel ultraviolet (UV) system.

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How to target customers with Web design

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s December issue, Robert Kravitz, contributing writer, writes about how to build  a well-designed website that is easy to use.

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India’s boiler water treatment market forecast to see significant growth

NOIDA, National Capital Region, India — The predicted growth is driven by increasing installation in diverse, end user industries including power, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, food and beverage processing, textile and the paper industry.

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Special edition newsletter covers WEFTEC 2014

BIRMINGHAM — In case you missed it, check out Water Technology’s Special Edition e-Newsletter: WEFTEC 2014.

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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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Disinfection Template

Professor POU/POE — July 2014

This month’s topic: Singapore International Water Week

CBCD highlights possible link between cancer epidemic and use of treated water

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The group highlighted the Theory of Microcompetition with Foreign DNA and a recent study of treated sewage by Food and Environmental Virology.

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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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