Water and wastewater treatment, Science

Disinfection of water streams originating from potable water plants is key in protecting environmental health. Describe the process design and application, along with potential processing advantages, limitations and disadvantages of using:

(i) chlorination

(ii) UV light;

(iii) ozonation, and

(iv) crossflow membranes to disinfect potable water from a municipal plant.

Your report should be fully referenced within the text, including any pictures or diagrams used, and include an Abstract at the beginning (no more than 8 lines). The Abstract should be followed by an Introduction, then four individual Sections (one per disinfection method). Follow these sections with a separate section that discusses when a combination of methods may be needed.

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