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Calgon Carbon gets Cincinnati Contract Worth $2.4 Million

June 29, 2010
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The Associated Press reports Calgon Carbon Corp. has been awarded a contract by the city of Cincinnati worth $2.4 million to provide an ultraviolet disinfection system. The maker of water and air purifying systems will provide the eight Chevron reactors for the Richard Miller Water Treatment Plant UV Disinfection Facility in late 2011. The reactors will treat up to 240 million gallons of drinking water each day. The company said in a news release that two other reactors are included, which will allow for future growth.
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