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Calgon Carbon to Provide UV System for Boston Water Treatment

2:07 PM MDT | September 28, 2009 | Vincent Valk

Calgon Carbon announced that its ultraviolet (UV) disinfection system will be used at the John Carroll Water Treatment Plant in Marlboro, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb. The company will provide twelve Sentinel Chevron 48 reactors to the facility. The twelve reactors will have a capacity 45 million gallons per day. "The continued success of the Chevron 48 strengthens our position in the growing, global drinking water disinfection market," says Jim Sullivan, v.p./UV technologies and business development for Calgon Carbon. Earlier this year, Calgon Carbon...

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