Wastewater is the gateway to environmental pollution from any human activity. In the past, the most common method to inactivate dangerous microorganisms found in effluent and discharge was chlorine in gas or fluid form. In recent years however, disadvantages of the method have been revealed: dangerous by-product formation (such as THMs and HAAs with others still unknown), high costs due to increasing requirements in the de-chlorination step, the administration that follows, and the danger of handling and storing toxic chemicals.
All of these hindrances has made UV disinfection the preferred method, proven to be effective for secondary and tertiary treatments. It also offers a significantly lower environmental impact, design footprint, and costs. Additionally, unlike chlorine, it is effective against Cryptosporidium and Giardia.
A wide selection of ULTRAAQUA UV closed vessel and open channel UV systems excel in energy and disinfection efficiency, overall cost optimization, advanced scalability and customization, ease of operation, and maintenance. Today, ULTRAAQUA UV units disinfect more than 54 856 m3/h of wastewater globally. With R&D as the company’s backbone, our customers are ensured the latest UV technology available in the market. ULTRAAQUA UV systems can also be easily integrated for direct and in-direct water re-use (aka. reclamation), Total Organic Carbon (TOC) reduction, and Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) applications.
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