Drinking Water Disinfection [Case Studies White Paper]

  1. East Bay Municipal Utility District Successfully Manages Chloramine Residual In Ten Million Gallon Reservoir With The Process Solutions, Inc. Monoclor® RCS Chloramine Management System
    7/10/2018

    Located on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) treats and distributes water to over 1.3 million customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

  2. OSG- On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl) For Drinking Water Applications
    5/31/2011

    Drinking water treatment plants use various forms of chlorine to inactivate pathogens, oxidize metals or metalloids and provide disinfection residual for distribution systems. By Glen Smith, PEPCON Systems

  3. Indiana American Water Eliminates Gaseous Chlorine At Hidden Lake WTP In Warsaw, Indiana
    7/20/2018

    In 2000, Indiana American Water, a subsidiary of American Water Company, purchased the Warsaw Indiana system which serves a population of over 16,000. Indiana American then completed a Comprehensive Planning Study that included a number of upgrades and improvements to enhance the reliability, safety and water quality of the system.

  4. Treating Trace Contaminants In Drinking Water - Aurora, Colorado (Case Study)
    2/4/2015

    Many waterways contain environmental contaminants resulting from agricultural runoff or industrial/municipal wastewater discharge. Possible environmental contaminants include nitrosamines, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, personal care products or other environmental contaminants. To protect residents from these contaminants, the City of Aurora set stringent water treatment goals, and adopted an advanced treatment process at the Aurora Reservoir Water Purification Facility. Find out what role our TrojanUVPhox™ plays in that process.

  5. Conversion To On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation Improves The Safety And Resilience Of Two Wastewater Reuse Plants With A Three-Year Economic Payback
    7/10/2018

    Aqua Engineers is a local Hawaiian company founded almost 40 years ago which delivers operations, engineering, and construction management to the water and wastewater industry throughout Hawaii. Also, as an owner and operator, Aqua Engineers is keenly focused on the return on investment for process equipment decisions, but also on the safety of its operators and surrounding community. Read the full case study to learn why Aqua Engineers chose the Microclor OSHG system provided by UGSI Solutions for both their sites in 2016.

  6. Coming Of Age: UV-C LED Technology Update
    7/2/2015

    Sometimes technology innovations come along which cause a paradigm shift in how products are designed.

  7. Water Treatment Plant Solves Taste And Odor Problems And High Toxin Levels
    3/20/2015

    Phoenix is one of the country’s fastest growing metropolitan areas and has one of the most arid desert climates. Population growth coupled with increasingly stringent water regulations pushed the city to proactively address future water supply concerns. The decision was made to build the Lake Pleasant Water Treatment Plant (WTP) and include oxidation and disinfection treatment barriers.

  8. UV Disinfection And Ozone Oxidation In Tandem
    6/5/2015

    Located 30 minutes North-East of Montreal, Canada, the City of Terrebonne has the last drinking water intake of the many cities along the Rivière des Milles-Iles.

  9. Ohio Water Plant Finds Effective Alternative To Chlorine Gas
    5/14/2013

    For many years, Huber Heights, OH, searched for an effective and affordable way to eliminate gaseous chlorine (Cl2) use at its 4.46 MGD Needmore Road Water Treatment Plant. An innovative dry calcium hypochlorite makeup and delivery system now provides a safer disinfection method for operators and the community.

  10. City Of Punta Gorda Improves Distribution System Residuals By Installing The Tank Shark® Mixing System In Two Million Gallon Punta Gorda Isles Reservoir
    7/10/2018

    Historic Punta Gorda, located on the shores of scenic Charlotte Harbor on the west coast of Florida prides itself in the proactive management of its water supply. With the responsibility of providing water to over 34,000 customers in the 38 square mile service area, Punta Gorda manages 237 miles of distribution pipe and two water storage facilities. The 1 million gallon (MG) Burnt Store elevated tank and the 2 MG Punta Gorda Isles ground storage tank provide distribution system balance as well as the ability to meet peak demands and fire protection capacity.