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Secondary wastewater treatment processes were characterized for fecal indicator bacteria densities, physical characteristics, and dose-response curves related to UV disinfection. These parameters illustrate that differences are obtained from the various secondary processes. All the
data illustrates that upstream process characteristics must be understood to accommodate their impacts for a properly designed disinfection system. It also indicates that UV disinfection water quality classes exist and are related to treatment performance.
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