World’s Largest Ultraviolet Water-Cleaning Plant Coming to NY

New York is set to open the world’s largest ultraviolet (UV) drinking water disinfection plant in two months in order to rid the city’s drinking water of cryptosporidium, giardia and other harmful pathogens. The Catskill–Delaware Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility will be equipped with 56 massive UV units which will be used to kill waterborne pathogens in water from the city’s major sources – the Delaware County and Catskill watersheds. When it is activated in two months, the plant will process up to nine billion liters of H2O daily.

Read more: NYC To Open World’s Biggest Ultraviolet Water-Cleaning Plant | Inhabitat New York City

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