Municipal Affairs and Environment

Chlorination Equipment Selection Guidelines


This document is a guide for the selection of appropriate disinfection equipment for municipal applications.

The document provides a generalized approach that is intended to be a concise yet inclusive coverage of design criteria to be considered by designers and owner/operators of water supply systems in choosing the most appropriate form of disinfection equipment for their needs.

It is recognized that many forms of disinfection are available and technologically viable for many applications in either a primary and secondary application or combinations thereof. However, chlorination is recognized as the most feasible and practical application and is used in its various forms throughout distribution systems across the province.

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