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==== Disinfecting drinking water ====
 
==== Disinfecting drinking water ====
UV radiation can be an effective [[viricide]] and [[bactericide]]. Disinfection using UV radiation is commonly used in [[wastewater]] treatment applications and is finding an increased usage in drinking water treatment. Many bottlers of spring water use UV disinfection equipment to sterilize their water. [[Solar water disinfection]] is the process of using [[Polyethylene terephthalate|PET]] bottles and sunlight to disinfect water. [[Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation]] is the generic process to inactivate [[microorganisms]] in water, air, medical environments, etc.
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UV radiation can be an effective [[viricide]] and [[bactericide]]. hi im kyanah Disinfection using UV radiation is commonly used in [[wastewater]] treatment applications and is finding an increased usage in drinking water treatment. Many bottlers of spring water use UV disinfection equipment to sterilize their water. [[Solar water disinfection]] is the process of using [[Polyethylene terephthalate|PET]] bottles and sunlight to disinfect water. [[Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation]] is the generic process to inactivate [[microorganisms]] in water, air, medical environments, etc.
   
 
New York City has approved the construction of a 2.2 billion US gallon per day (535,000 m<sup>3</sup>/hr) ultraviolet drinking water disinfection facility which was due to be online in 2012.<ref>[http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/dep_projects/cp_catskill_delaware_uv_plant.shtml Catskill-Delaware Water Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility]</ref> There are also several facilities under construction and several in operation that treat waste water with several stages of filters, hydrogen peroxide, and UV light to bring the water up to drinking standards. One such facility exists in [[Orange County, California]], which is designed to treat wastewater and convert it into high-quality water for [[Indirect Potable Reuse]].<ref>[http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/10/magazine/10wastewater-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 A Tall, Cool Drink of ... Sewage? ]</ref> NASA has examined the use of this technology, using [[titanium dioxide]] as [[Catalysis|catalyst]], for breaking down harmful products in spacecraft waste water.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Antoniou|first=Maria G.|coauthors=Dionysiou, Dionysios D.|date=30 June 2007|title=Application of immobilized titanium dioxide photocatalysts for the degradation of creatinine and phenol, model organic contaminants found in NASA's spacecrafts wastewater streams|journal=Catalysis Today|publisher=[[Elsevier]]|volume=124|issue=3–4|pages=215–223|doi=10.1016/j.cattod.2007.03.054 }}</ref>
 
New York City has approved the construction of a 2.2 billion US gallon per day (535,000 m<sup>3</sup>/hr) ultraviolet drinking water disinfection facility which was due to be online in 2012.<ref>[http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/dep_projects/cp_catskill_delaware_uv_plant.shtml Catskill-Delaware Water Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility]</ref> There are also several facilities under construction and several in operation that treat waste water with several stages of filters, hydrogen peroxide, and UV light to bring the water up to drinking standards. One such facility exists in [[Orange County, California]], which is designed to treat wastewater and convert it into high-quality water for [[Indirect Potable Reuse]].<ref>[http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/10/magazine/10wastewater-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 A Tall, Cool Drink of ... Sewage? ]</ref> NASA has examined the use of this technology, using [[titanium dioxide]] as [[Catalysis|catalyst]], for breaking down harmful products in spacecraft waste water.<ref>{{cite journal|last=Antoniou|first=Maria G.|coauthors=Dionysiou, Dionysios D.|date=30 June 2007|title=Application of immobilized titanium dioxide photocatalysts for the degradation of creatinine and phenol, model organic contaminants found in NASA's spacecrafts wastewater streams|journal=Catalysis Today|publisher=[[Elsevier]]|volume=124|issue=3–4|pages=215–223|doi=10.1016/j.cattod.2007.03.054 }}</ref>
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