4th February 2021
Minimizing Chlorate in Water Disinfection : On-site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation brings Safer, Sustainable and Economic Water
Singapore Water Association (SWA) and De Nora Water Technologies are co-organizing a Webinar : Minimizing Chlorate in Water Disinfection : On-site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation brings Safer, Sustainable and Economic Water on Thursday, 4th February @ 10.30am – 11.30am (SGT, GMT:+8:00)
Chlorate, is a highly oxidized form of chlorine that can be introduced to a water source as an industrial or agricultural contaminant or into a finished water as a Disinfection By-Product (DBP). As a DBP resulting from water disinfection with sodium hypochlorite and chlorine dioxide, chlorate was added to the Third Chemical Contaminant List (CCL3) in 2010, and was evaluated as a candidate for regulation under the Regulatory Determinations 3 (RD3) program in 2014, which indicates the EPA’s growing attention to chlorate. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a chlorate limit of 0.7 mg/L (700 µg/L). Chlorate is also expected to be regulated by the EPA who has established 210 µg/L as a health reference level (HRL).
In this webinar, we will look at the hazards of chlorate as a major DBP and explore technology options for prevention and mitigation of chlorate.
- Health and Safety challenges from chlorate of water disinfection in Asia
- On-site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation (OSHG) process introduction
- Introduce how De Nora’s OSHG system prevents and mitigates chlorate
- Case sharing – How De Nora’s OSHG systems help our customers in Asia secure safe water
Why you need to attend:
- Get an overview of chlorate, a key DBP (Disinfection By-Product) and how it is regulated in the water treatment sector
- Understand what the implications of your disinfection systems are with regard to chlorate
- Learn how to minimize chlorate by technology options to ensure safe water
- Learn how to manage water disinfection in a Safer, Sustainable and Economic way
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