Publisher description for Bridging pilot-scale testing to full-scale design of UV disinfection systems / prepared by Erin D. Mackey ... [et al.] ; jointly sponsored by AWWA Research Foundation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Water Environment Research Foundation.
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This reports details the findings of the full-scale studies on UV Disinfection Systems done in Austin, Orem and Atlanta. Coverage includes impact of common water treatment chemicals on UV disinfection, UV reactor performance modeling, a state's acceptance of UV technology. Findings discuss the use of native spore formers used an indicator of full-scale performance, the UCV systems inactivated all the human enteric viruses and no infections viruses were detected, the most prevalent virus in wastewater samples was adenovirus.
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Water -- Purification -- Ultraviolet treatment.
Water -- Purification -- Disinfection.