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Application-optimised low-pressure UV disinfection system simplifies water treatment and reduces lifecycle costs

Berson and Hanovia have jointly launched a new low-pressure UV disinfection system for the treatment of municipal, re-use and waste water. The easy-to-install AmaLine R UV range has been third-party validated, in line with US EPA and NWRI guidelines. It provides effective treatment, while reducing lifecycle costs through being simple to maintain and extremely energy efficient. Unlike other similar systems, the AmaLine has been designed to...

Berson UV participates in INNOQUA project

To improve the quality of natural water resources with the latest UV-C technology One of the major challenges of the 21st century is to protect and improve the quality of natural water resources. INNOQUA, an innovative ecological on-site sanitation system for water and resource savings, is an EU-funded project through the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme launched in June 2016. It aims to meet this challenge by promoting sustainable...

Publicity for Berson test setup at WWTP Eindhoven 

Berson has over 30 years of experience with developing systems for treating wastewater and drinking water with UV light. We find it very important to break the human pathogen cycle. Wastewater contains pathogens that cause diseases, if discharged in surface water these can enter  downstream drinking water treatment. This way pathogens can re-enter the human water cycle, multiply and are discharged to the wastewater again. With the use of UV we can...

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Barwon Water employs Berson UV disinfection at the Moorabool Water Treatment Plant

Barwon Water, the Australian state of Victoria's largest regional urban water corporation, tendered for a USEPA validated UV water disinfection system and then awarded the contract to Fluidquip Australia who supplied the Berson Inline 1000+ USEPA UV system. Berson InLine 1000+ UV system at the Moorabool WTP Barwon Water provides services to more than 295,000 permanent residents. It oversees 12 major reservoirs and 9 water treatment plants,...
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