Protecting Swansea Bay with UV Disinfection

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Protecting Swansea Bay with UV Disinfection

Swansea Bay, Wales, is home to one of the highest tidal ranges in the world. In fact, at low tide, the sea retreats so far from the high tide marks that the remnants of a prehistoric forest are exposed. In the late 1990s, a technologically advanced wastewater treatment plant was constructed near Port Tennant to treat water entering the environmentally sensitive area. At the time, the plant was designed to treat a population of 165,000. Currently, the plant is treating wastewater for a population of 185,000.

To accommodate population growth, the plant needed to upgrade its equipment. In this case study, you'll find out why the facility chose the TrojanUVSigna system, which is specifically designed for large-scale wastewater disinfection applications. Take a look at the system design parameters and learn more about the benefits of this energy-efficient system.

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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