From large-scale wastewater disinfection operations to small-scale systems, UV treatment is a safe, environmentally-friendly and cost-effective solution. More and more wastewater treatment plants are adopting this method over chemical-based disinfection methods, such as chlorine gas.
UV Disinfection for Wastewater Treatment
Global data shows UV disinfection offers a significantly safer wastewater treatment option for communities and plant workers. It effectively destroys virtually all harmful microorganisms such as E.coli, Salmonella, Giardia and Cryptosporidium, making it a comprehensive approach for wastewater discharge treatment. With no carcinogenic by-products or negative impacts on aquatic life and the environment, UV disinfection is also genuinely sustainable.
For a majority of municipal wastewater UV disinfection tenders, a minimum required UV dose is specified. Where this figure is not provided, UV Guard will apply global best-practice to provide a recommended UV dose rate to achieve a certain treated water total coliform value.
Coca Cola – Sugar syrup (liquid sugar) UV treatment
Coca Cola is a major manufacturer of beverages including soft drinks, bottled water, sports drinks and fruit juices. Coca Cola in Richlands Queensland was installing a new production line which required Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection for the sugar syrup application. The UV system on the existing production line also required an upgrade.
Tropical Ice – process water UV disinfection for ice manufacturing
Tropical Ice are an ice producer who supply over 110 tonnes of ice to their customers each day. Tropical Ice is one of the largest producers of high quality, food-grade ice in Australia. The water they use must meet all required Australian health regulations.
Veolia Validated UV disinfection for wastewater treatment plant
The construction of the 450 hectare Bingara Gorge community which included an 18-hole golf course required a Recycled Water Treatment Plant as it is a residential development located outside the normal wastewater network serviced by Sydney Water. Our customer Veolia was approached to build the project.
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