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Acher, A.J., Inst. Soils Water, Volcani Cent., Bet Dagan, Israel
Juven, B.J., Inst. Soils Water, Volcani Cent., Bet Dagan, Israel
A new approach to disinfection of water and sewage water, by oxidative destruction of microorganisms by photosensitization, is described. Samples of water and sewage water, to which an inoculum of fecal Escherichia coli had been added, were exposed to solar radiation in the presence of a dye sensitizer, under continuous aeration. The effects of the sensitizer methylene blue at concentrations of 0 to 10 mg/liter, different radiation times from 0 to 2 h, and sunlight intensities of 0.68, and 2,030 μE/m2 per s were investigated. In laboratory-scale experiments, 1.3 x 109 coliforms in 100 ml of oxidation pond municipal sewage water containing 0.5 mg of methylene blue were destroyed in about 30 min. Similar results were obtained with nonchlorinated potable water. These results demonstrate the possibilities available for the disinfection of water and sewage water by this method.
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Destruction of coliforms in water and sewage water by dye sensitized photooxidation
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Acher, A.J., Inst. Soils Water, Volcani Cent., Bet Dagan, Israel
Juven, B.J., Inst. Soils Water, Volcani Cent., Bet Dagan, Israel
Destruction of coliforms in water and sewage water by dye sensitized photooxidation
A new approach to disinfection of water and sewage water, by oxidative destruction of microorganisms by photosensitization, is described. Samples of water and sewage water, to which an inoculum of fecal Escherichia coli had been added, were exposed to solar radiation in the presence of a dye sensitizer, under continuous aeration. The effects of the sensitizer methylene blue at concentrations of 0 to 10 mg/liter, different radiation times from 0 to 2 h, and sunlight intensities of 0.68, and 2,030 μE/m2 per s were investigated. In laboratory-scale experiments, 1.3 x 109 coliforms in 100 ml of oxidation pond municipal sewage water containing 0.5 mg of methylene blue were destroyed in about 30 min. Similar results were obtained with nonchlorinated potable water. These results demonstrate the possibilities available for the disinfection of water and sewage water by this method.
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