Promoting and selling ultraviolet units

DiPaolo, Rich
January 2011
Water Technology;Jan2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers information on ultraviolet (UV) disinfection used in the water treatment industry. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), UV disinfection, has shown positive results in changing Cryptosporidium cysts', which can lead to severe illness even in an inactive state, was resistant to several methods including chlorine. It further presents the views of Jennifer Muller, director, municipal UV markets for Trojan Technologies on UV disinfection.


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