||Ultraviolet light disinfection technology in drinking water application : an overview : draft /
||Science Applications International Corporation.
|| [Science Applications International Corp.],
Water--Purification--Ultraviolet treatment--United States. ;
Ultraviolet radiation ;
Water treatment ;
Drinking water ;
Potable water ;
Water supply ;
Water systems ;
Water utilities ;
Ground water ;
Ultraviolet lamps ;
Microorganism control(Water) ;
Radiation doses ;
Operation and maintenance ;
Case studies ;
Volatile organic compounds
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||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm
This report supports the OGWDW effort to develop the Ground Water Disinfection Rule (GWDR). Transient non-community (TNC) and non-transient non-community (NTNC) ground water supply systems with little or no distribution systems may be amenable to alternative disinfection technology applications. This report presents a preliminary investigation of ultraviolet light (also called ultraviolet radiation) use as a ground water disinfection technology. Topics covered include: assessment of ultraviolet light efficacy, viability, and operational factors; costs and comparison of ultraviolet light to other disinfection technologies; case studies; destruction of VOCs and other priority organics; regulations and standards for drinking water disinfection using ultraviolet light.
"September 1996." "EPA/811-R-96-002." Cover title. "Presented to: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water." "EPA Contract No. 58-C3-0365; Work Assignment no. 2-1; SAIC Project no. 01-0833-07-4828-000." Includes bibliographical references.