Alabama University Town Upgrades to UV Disinfection

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Alabama University Town Upgrades to UV Disinfection

As part of a 2012 upgrade to the H.C. Morgan Water Pollution Control Facility, the City of Auburn, Alabama, decided to convert from chemical (chlorine) disinfection to environmentally friendly disinfection with ultraviolet light (UV). With their consultant, CH2M Hill, the city evaluated UV disinfection manufacturers and products and ultimately chose the TrojanUVSigna system. 

In this case study, learn about the benefits of the system — including details on the simple retrofit features — and take a look at the system design parameters. You'll also get a look at the disinfection performance of the plant once the system was installed.

About TrojanUV
For more than a quarter of a century, Trojan has led the development of water treatment solutions using environmentally friendly ultraviolet light. Today, the company has the largest installed base of UV systems in operation on the planet, and many of its innovations define the industry standards for safeguarding our water from the damaging effects of microbial and chemical contamination. For more information, visit

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