Processes

Drinking Water Production - Disinfection

 

Disinfection is the final stage of water treatment. It is critical because it removes all pathogenic microorganisms from the water. It comprises two stages and produces two different effects: the bactericidal effect, meaning the killing of germs, and the remanent effect, which guarantees the water's bacteriological quality. Various disinfectants are used, featuring technologies such as:

 

 

 

 Drinking water disinfection UV Auaray operating principle

 

 

 

 

 

The drinking water treatment process

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