WAVES AND WAVELENGTHS: DESIGN AND EXPERIENCE OF CHEMICAL-FREE MICROBIOLOGICAL TREATMENT FOR LARGE BODIES OF WATER
Barry Hopton’s ATG UV Filtration Panel Presentation at Surf Park Summit 2 (Teaser Version)
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Teaser version of Barry Hopton’s ATG UV Filtration Panel presentation at Surf Park Summit 2 on September 7, 2016. The development of an inland surfing facility presents many water quality issues. This presentation provides an overview of how atg UV Technology approached the challenge at Surf Snowdonia and the different design and treatment considerations that had to be addressed, including a regulatory requirement forbidding the use of chemicals and the minimum water quality standards required to protect bathers from harmful microorganisms.
Barry Hopton: Having completed a Master of Science degree in Engineering at The University of Liverpool and an MBA, Barry Hopton has since become atg UV Technology’s Area Business Manager, spending the past 6 years driving the development and delivery of innovative water treatment projects across the globe. These include some of Europe’s largest drinking water sites (flows of 15,000 m3/hr) to more specialist projects such as Surf Snowdonia, the world’s first commercial inland surf park, and the water treatment for JET, the UK’s nuclear fusion power research centre. Barry’s aim is to provide tailored water treatment solutions to protect end users, reduce operational costs and provide more environmentally friendly treatment solutions.
ABOUT ATG UV
atg UV Technology are industry experts in the design, production and maintenance of Ultraviolet Disinfection and Treatment Systems. Based in the North West of England, atg UV Technology serve an International customer base, including many large blue chip organisations and government controlled agencies across a broad range of market sectors and have supplied thousands of UV systems worldwide.