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Municipal UV Disinfection & Advanced Oxidation Systems

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TrojanUV systems disinfect and treat municipal water and wastewater. There are over 11,000 municipal TrojanUV system installations across 100 countries, treating a collective flow rate of over 70 billion gallons every day. This is the largest municipal UV installation base in the world.

TrojanUV Systems for Municipal Wastewater

TrojanUV wastewater disinfection systems are used in many applications, including the treatment of primary, secondary, tertiary, and stormwater/combined sewer overflow effluent.

TrojanUV Systems for Municipal Drinking Water

TrojanUV drinking water disinfection systems are installed at treatment plants around the world to help provide multi-barrier protection against chlorine-resistant Cryptosporidium and Giardia.

TrojanUV Systems for Municipal Remediation

Drinking water sources we rely upon every day are increasingly at risk of chemical contamination. Many of these contaminants have been proven harmful or carcinogenic and must be treated and removed for the water to be considered safe and useable. TrojanUV advanced oxidation systems can destroy a range of contaminants, including 1,4-dioxane and NDMA.

TrojanUV Systems for Municipal Reuse

Many water providers are turning to reuse as the solution to their water supply and quality challenges. TrojanUV systems treat wastewater to stringent standards, helping to augment and diversify water supplies.

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UV Disinfection

A unique characteristic of UV light is that a specific range of its wavelengths are categorized as germicidal, meaning they are capable of inactivating microorganisms.

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UV Advanced Oxidation

UV in combination with an oxidant breaks the chemical bonds of contaminants such as 1,4-dioxane, NDMA and pesticides so they are no longer harmful.

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Featured Resources

A fact sheet explaining five reasons why wastewater treatment plants convert from chlorine to UV disinfection

5 Reasons Why Wastewater Treatment Plants Convert From Chlorine to UV Disinfection

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An article explaining the differences between the UV advanced oxidation process (UV AOP) and granular activated carbon for contaminant treatment

The Differences Between UV AOP & Granular Activated Carbon for Contaminant Treatment

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A case study about the TrojanUVSigna installation at the Terrence J. O’Brien Water Reclamation Plant

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