The Groundwater Replenishment System In Orange County, California
The Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) in Orange County, California is the largest indirect potable reuse project of its kind in the world, and the TrojanUVPhox® plays an important role in the facility’s treatment train.
This video explores the UV-oxidation stage of the advanced water treatment process at the GWRS in Orange County, and is shown to tour groups visiting the facility.
Benefits of UV-oxidation
A dual process of UV photolysis and UV-oxidation ensures finished water at the facility is free of chemical contaminants and harmful microorganisms. This is a cost-effective, energy effective and highly-effective treatment for purified recycled wastewater. The water is reused to provide protection against drought and as a means of achieving a sustainable water supply.
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How the UV Advanced Oxidation Process Works
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