E-Book | April 22, 2020

An Introduction To UV Treatment For Municipal Wastewater


The final treatment step in municipal wastewater treatment is the inactivation process. Inactivation is required to reduce and destroy the bacteria, virus and protozoa populations in the wastewater before discharge into the receiving body of water. The inactivation of wastewater is critical to the protection of public health and the environment.

Growing awareness of the long-term public safety and environmental costs of chemical wastewater treatment has led the industry to adopt inherently safer alternatives, such as UV.

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