Water Disinfection

Disinfection is a crucial step in providing safe drinking water. Technologies such as ultraviolet (UV), ozone, chlorine and membranes can help keep water safe from pathogens.

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New York approves largest drinking water tunneling project
New York approves largest drinking water tunneling project
Jul 17 2018
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced a $1.2 billion drinking water project that will include construction of a 2-…
De Nora provided mobile water disinfection units to frack water
De Nora provided mobile water disinfection units to frack water
May 11 2018
De Nora Water Technologies has completed delivering eight ClorTec mobile disinfection systems to treat frack water at different sites in the Permian…
May 3 2018
A new study from researchers at John Hopkins University, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that the…
Apr 23 2018
China has donated 14 water treatment plants to the central Cuba province of Camaguey to improve drinking water quality. The first plant was installed…
Feb 28 2018
After Fidel Castro became prime minister of Cuba in 1959, Ray Puentes immigrated to the U.S., where some of his family lived. Ray’s uncle owned a…
Jan 26 2018
Chlorine has been used to treat drinking water in the U.S. since 1908 and often is cited as one of the most important advances in human health in the…
Jan 5 2018
WQP extended the submission deadline for the 2017 Young Professionals program to Jan. 18, 2018. The program recognizes noteworthy rising stars in the…
Dec 1 2017
When it comes to certifying activated carbon systems, there is some confusion about which standards best apply. Specifically, there may be some…
Nov 17 2017
The Conowingo Elementary School storm water retrofit project was initiated to fulfill requirements of Cecil County, Md.’s Watershed Implementation…
Oct 31 2017
The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) urged water treatment dealers and water well system professionals to reach out to customers in wake of recent…
Oct 13 2017
Puerto Ricans have started using unsafe sources for drinking water. More than three weeks after Hurricane Maria hit the island, bottled water and…
Sep 1 2017
As floodwaters begin to recede in Houston, the extent of damage is becoming more clear. The death toll from the storm is up to 39 people, and more…
Aug 30 2017
Rescue efforts continue this week as Tropical Storm Harvey continues to batter southeast Texas and southwest Lousiana. Health officials are warning…
Aug 28 2017
Hurricane Harvey made landfall in southeast Texas Friday night, causing devasting damage and flooding throughout the region, including the Houston…
Jul 19 2017
Early estimates by the National Centre for Research Quality showed algal blooms are expected to worsen in Lake Erie. Blooms are forecasted to be just…
Jul 10 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a suite of materials states and communities can use to protect public health during…
Jul 6 2017
De Nora, a supplier of electrodes and water treatment technologies, announced the launch of Capital Controls MicroChem3, a multi-parameter water…
Jul 5 2017
Health officials confirmed the presence of Naegleria fowleri, commonly known as the brain-eating amoeba, in Ouachita Parish's North Monroe water…
Jun 14 2017
NSF Intl., a global public health and safety organization, announced it is developing a building water health standard to help building owners and…
May 1 2017
Swimming is a safe and effective way to get exercise. It builds endurance, improves circulation and increases muscular flexibility and balance.…
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