Berson UV participates in INNOQUA project
To improve the quality of natural water resources with the latest UV-C technology
One of the major challenges of the 21st century is to protect and improve the quality of natural water resources. INNOQUA, an innovative ecological on-site sanitation system for water and resource savings, is an EU-funded project through the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme launched in June 2016. It aims to meet this challenge by promoting sustainable water sanitation technologies capable of closing the water cycle safely. These technologies resemble natural purification processes and are based on the purification capacity of earthworms (lumbricids), zooplankton and microalgae, biosolar and the latest UV-C technology. INNOQUA is an innovative, patent protected, award winning and scalable fully ecological sanitation solution, available in multiple modular configurations adapted to local contexts and markets.
Berson UV applies the latest lamps and lamp driver technology in combination with newly designed highly efficient UV reactors that have been designed to have the optimal hydrodynamic conditions to achieve an evenly distribution of the UV light through the water to be treated. As a result, Berson can guarantee the amount of UV radiation each particle is exposed to and the level of inactivation based on the different UV dose response of the relevant microorganisms.