For the Fetherston Park mobile home community in Eastern Ontario, UV Pure disinfection systems provided the best combination of protection, performance, and low maintenance at a price that the small community can afford.
Major outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease struck the Netherlands in 1999 and 2006, affecting the health of over 200 people. As a result, the Dutch government now requires all public buildings to conduct a risk analysis for Legionella and to implement a prevention and control plan.
Instead of building conventional septic systems for 15 new town-homes, a developer has installed a state-of-the-art Aquapoint moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) treatment system with chemical-free ultraviolet disinfection to reduce nutrient loading and improve water quality for a sensitive bay in Cataumet, Massachusetts.
In 2009, Algoma Orchards opened a new facility was built to be self-reliant for its water needs. After years of struggling with poor performance, Algoma Orchards started by replacing the conventional UV system for potable water disinfection with two new Upstream NC 10-75 units.
An innovative rainwater harvesting system, equipped with UV Pure disinfection, will enable residents at a new, luxury landed housing property in Singapore to dramatically reduce potable water demand and contribute to the island nation’s goal of water self-sufficiency.