Top Research Institute Turns To On-Site Generation For Drinking Water SystemSource: Severn Trent Services
As one of the top 20 American research institutes in the United States, Texas A&M has hundreds of laboratory facilities on its campus where a variety of proven water treatment technologies are used to control the quality of the water used in research.
When it came time to choose a new disinfection system for the drinking water facility that serves the campus, Texas A&M University’s water & environmental services department chose another proven water treatment technology: generating sodium hypochlorite on site.
Located in College Station, Texas, and with a student enrollment of more than 50,000, Texas A&M is the sixth largest university in the United States. The school is probably best known for its perennially strong “Aggies” football team, its rivalry with the University of Texas and its Corps of Cadets, which provides more commissioned officers to the United States Armed Forces that any other school outside of the service academies.