Emerging Disinfection Technologies for Reuse Water – What does the Future Hold?
Abstract:The disinfection of reuse water is critical to the protection of public health. Typically disinfection technologies used for disinfection of reuse water undergo regress testing and evaluation by regulatory agencies. Various disinfection technologies such as hypochlorite, UV, ozone, and pasteurization have received conditional acceptance to be used for disinfection at reuse New disinfection technologies like Higher Output UV, PAA, Chlorine Dioxide are being examined in reuse applications. In addition, new approaches such UV/Chlorine are being considered as a cost reduction means of achieving reuse disinfection goals.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
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