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 Drinking Water Systems Center
 Verified Technologies

The Drinking Water Systems Center verified technologies in the categories listed below. Each category included a variety of documents, such as verification reports and statements, test/quality assurance plans and verification protocols.

Contacts
Jeff Adams, EPA Project Officer (513) 569-7835
Bruce Bartley, NSF International (734) 769-5148

 

Alternative Filtration and Media Technologies for Reduction of
Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
Not applicable. Not applicable. Not applicable. Generic Protocol for the Product Specific Challenge Testing of Bag and Cartridge Filter Systems (PDF) (24 pp, 330 KB) March 2012
Kinetico, Inc.
CPS100CPT Coagulation and Filtration System

Report (PDF) (97 pp, 1.05 MB) August 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 108 KB)

Field Operations Document, Environmental Technology Verification of the Kinetico CPS100CPT Coagulation and Filtration System for the Physical Removal of Giardia and Cryptosporidium From Drinking Water (PDF) (59 pp, 4.85 MB)May 1999 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 3, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Coagulation and Filtration for the Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants) (PDF) (46 pp, 364 KB) February 2005
Lapoint Industries
Aqua-Rite Potable Water Filtration System

Report (PDF) (81 pp, 2.71 MB) September 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 80 KB)

Field Operations Document, Lapoint Industries, Bag Filter System April 2000 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 4, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Bag Filters and Cartridge Filters for the Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants) (PDF) (39 pp, 324 KB) February 2005
Rosedale Products, Inc.
Bag and Rigid Cartridge Filter System Model GFS-302P2-150S-ESBB

Report (PDF) (110 pp, 1.19 MB) September 2001
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 96 KB)

Field Operations Document, Rosedale Products, Inc., GFS Cartridge/Bag Filter System for the Capture and Containment of Cryptosporidium and Giardia (Oo) cysts, February 1999
Separmatic Fluid Systems
Diatomaceous Earth Pressure Type Filter System Model 12P-2

Report (PDF) (65 pp, 1.04 MB) September 2004
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 92 KB)

Product Specific Test Plan, Retest of Separmatic's Pressure Precoat Filtration System, August 2002

Field Operations Document, Separmatic's Pressure Precoat Filtration System, July 1999
Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 5, Equipment Verification Testing Plan, Precoat Filtration – Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants) (PDF) (41 pp, 352 KB) February 2005
Separmatic Fluid Systems   Field Operations Document, Separmatic's Vacuum Precoat Filtration System, July 1999
Kinetico, Inc.
SW224 Backwashable Macrolite Pressure Filtration System

Report (PDF) (91 pp, 1.14 MB) June 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 124 KB)
Field Operations Document, Kinetico, Inc., Pressure Filtration System for the Physical Removal of Giardia and Cryptosporidium From Drinking Water, June 1999 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 6, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Backwashable Depth Filtration for the Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants) (PDF) (43 pp, 344 KB) February 2005

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Membrane Filtration Systems for Reduction of
Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
Aquasource North America
Ultrafiltration System Model A35, Escondido, California
Report (PDF) (77 pp, 952 KB)September 2000
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 80 KB)
Field Operations Document, Aquasource, Ultrafiltration System, November 1998 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 2, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants by Membrane Filtration) (PDF) (70 pp, 956 KB) February 2005
Aquasource North America
Ultrafiltration System Model A35 Pittsburgh, PA
Report (PDF) (82 pp, 1.2 MB) May 2000
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 120 KB)
Field Operations Document, Aquasource, Ultrafiltration System, September 1998
The Dow Chemical Company – DOW Water Solutions
UF SFD-2880 Ultrafiltration Module
Report (PDF) (39 pp, 648 KB) (EPA/600/R-11/004) January 2011
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 88 KB)
Test/QA Plan for the Microbial Seeding Challenge Study of the DOW Chemical Company UF SFD-2880 Ultrafiltration modules following the requirements of the EPA membrane filtration guidance manual for LT2ESWTR approval (PDF) (28 pp, 232 KB)
The Dow Chemical Company – DOW Water Solutions
UF SFD-2880 Ultrafiltration Module: Removal of Viruses in Drinking Water – Ultrafiltration Module with a Cut Fiber
Report (PDF) (46 pp, 906 KB) (EPA/600/R-12/026) March 2012
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 98 KB) March 2012
Test/QA Plan for Validating the DOW Chemical Company SFD-2880 Ultrafiltration Membrane Module for Virus Reduction following the Department of Health Victoria (Australia) Draft Guidelines for Validating Treatment Processes for Pathogen Reduction (PDF) (32 pp, 438 KB)
The F.B. Leopold Co. Inc.
Ultrabar Ultrafiltration System With 60-Inch Mark III Membrane Element, Pittsburgh, PA
Report (PDF) (77 pp, 1.16 MB) July 2000
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 112 KB)
Field Operations Document, PCI/Leopold, Ultration Filtration System, February 1999
Hydranautics
HYDRACap Ultrafiltration Membrane System, Escondido, California
Report (PDF) (79 pp, 1.8 MB) September 2000
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 80 KB)
Field Operations Document, Hydranautics, HYDRACap Ultrafiltration Membrane System, September 1998
Ionics UF-1-7T
Ultrafiltration Membrane System, Escondido, California
Report (PDF) (89 pp, 2.04 MB)September 2000
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 112 KB)
Field Operations Document, Ionics, UF-1-7T Ultrafiltration Membrane System, June 1999
Koch Membrane Systems, Inc.
HF-82-35-PMPW Ultrafiltration Membrane
Report (PDF) (51 pp, 1.04 MB) (EPA/600/R-06/100) September 2006
Statement (PDF) (4 pp, 220 KB)
Not applicable.
Koch Membrane Systems, Inc.
Targa® 10-48-35-PMC™ Ultrafiltration Membrane, as Used in the Village Marine Tec. Expeditionary Unit Water Purifier
Report (PDF) (48 pp, 1.02 MB) (EPA/600/R-09/075) September 2009
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 82 KB)
Not applicable.
Pall Corp.
Microza Microfiltration 3-Inch Unit, Model 4UFD40004-45, Manchester, Hew Hampshire
Report (PDF) (79 pp, 1.25 MB)March 2002
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 112 KB)

Field Operations Document, Pall Corp., Microfiltration System – New Hampshire Test Facility, August 2000
Pall Corp.
WPM-1 Microfiltration Pilot System, Pittsburgh, PA
Report (PDF) (79 pp, 1.15 MB)February 2000
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 84 KB)
Field Operations Document, Pall Corp., Microfiltration System – Pittsburgh Test Facility, November 1998
Polymem
UF120 S2 Ultrafiltration Membrane Module, Luxemburg, Wisconsin
Report (PDF) (111 pp, 2.16 MB) May 2003
Statement (PDF) (8 pp, 104 KB)

Product-Specific Test Plan, Polymem, UF120 S2 Ultrafiltration Membrane Module, March 2002
Siemens Corporation
Memcor® L10V Ultrafiltration Module
Report (PDF) (45 pp, 866 KB)(EPA/600/R-09/109) September 2009
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 62 KB)
Not applicable.
Siemens Corporation
Memcor® L20V Ultrafiltration Module
Report (PDF) (41 pp, 889 KB) (EPA/600/R-09/108) September 2009
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 56 KB)
Not applicable.
Siemens Corporation
Memcor® S10V Ultrafiltration Module
Report (PDF) (42 pp, 1.10 MB) (EPA/600/R-09/110) September 2009
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 57 KB)
Not applicable.
US Filter
3M10C Microfiltration
Membrane System,
Chula Vista, California
Report (PDF) (73 pp, 868 KB) June 2003
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 92 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, US Filter, 3M10C Microfiltration Membrane, May 2002
ZENON Environmental, Inc.
ZeeWeed ZW-500
Ultrafiltration Membrane System,
Sandy, OR
Report (PDF) (81 pp, 1.5 MB) June 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 116 KB)
Field Operations Document, ZENON Environmental, Inc., ZeeWeed Ultrafiltration System for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants, November 1998
ZENON Environmental, Inc.
ZeeWeed ZW-500
Ultrafiltration Membrane System,
Pittsburgh, PA
Report (PDF) (79 pp, 896 KB) August 2000
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 100 KB)
Field Operations Document, ZENON Environmental, Inc., ZeeWeed ZW-500 Ultrafiltration System for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants, November 1998
ZENON Environmental, Inc.
Enhanced Coagulation
ZeeWeed ZW-500
Ultrafiltration Membrane System,
Escondido, California
Report (PDF) (84 pp, 1.05 MB) August 2000
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 104 KB)
Field Operations Document, ZENON Environmental, Inc., Enhanced Coagulation ZeeWeed ZW-500 Ultrafiltration Membrane System, September 1998 Equipment Verification Testing for Physical Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants (see Chapter 3, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Coagulation and Filtration for the Removal of Microbiological and Particulate Contaminants) (PDF) (46 pp, 364 KB)February 2005

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Point-of-Use Devices for Reduction of
Microbiological and Chemical Agents

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
EcoWater Systems, Inc.
ERO-R450E Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (56 pp, 1.54 MB)(EPA/600/R-05/122) September 2005
Statement (6 pp, 180 KB)
Not applicable. Not applicable.
EcoWater Systems, Inc.
Sears Kenmore Ultrafilter 500 Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (40 pp, 620 KB)September 2004
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 216 KB)
Kinetico, Inc.
Purefecta Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (54 pp, 1.56 MB)(EPA/600/R-05/108) September 2005
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 196 KB)
Kinetico, Inc.
Purefecta Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (43 pp, 756 KB) June 2004
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 196 KB)
Watts Premier, Inc.
WP-4V Point-of-Use Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (46 pp, 1.14 MB)(EPA/600/R-06/131) July 2006
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 208 KB)
Watts Premier, Inc.
WP-4V Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (54 pp, 788 KB)(EPA/600/R-06/005) November 2005
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 72 KB)
Watts Premier, Inc.
Ultra 5 Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (49 pp, 1.32 MB) June 2004
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 256 KB)

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Technologies for Reduction of
Arsenic and Inorganic Chemicals

Technology Brief: Arsenic Treatment Technologies (PDF) (2 pp, 128 KB) (EPA/600/S-07/007) January 2007
Fact Sheet: EPA’s ETV Program Verifies Arsenic Removal Technologies (PDF) (2 pp, 68 KB)March 2005

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
Brimac Environmental Services, Inc.
Brimac HA 216 Adsorptive Media
Report (PDF) (68 pp, 964 MB) (EPA/600/R-10099) September 2010
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 208 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Removal of Uranium in Drinking Water, Brimac HA 216 Adsorptive Media Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Removal of Radioactive Chemical Contaminants (PDF) (171 pp, 1.57 MB)April 2002
Basin Water
High-Efficiency Ion Exchange Treatment System

Report (PDF) (164 pp, 1.62 MB)(EPA/600/R-05/117) September 2005
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 216 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Basin Water, High-Efficiency Ion Exchange Treatment System for Arsenic and Other Trace Metals, March 2005 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Arsenic Removal (see Chapter 2, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Removal of Arsenic by Ion Exchange) (PDF) (180 pp, 1.64 MB) September 2003
ARS USA, LLC
ARS CFU-50 APC Electroflocculation and Filtration Water Treatment System

Report (PDF) (69 pp, 1.23 MB) (EPA/600/R-06/099) September 2006
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 208 KB)
Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Arsenic Removal (see Chapter 3, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Coagulation and/or Co-Precipitation and Filtration for Arsenic Removal (PDF) (180 pp, 1.64 MB)September 2003
Delta Industrial Services, Inc.
CampWater Porta-5 System

Report (PDF) (67 pp, 1.01 MB) (EPA/600/R-04/188) September 2004
Statement (PDF) (8 pp, 160 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Delta Industrial Services, Inc., Campwater Porta-5, March 2003
Kinetico, Inc.
Macrolite Coagulation and Filtration System, Model CPS100CPT

Report (PDF) (97 pp, 1.82 MB) September 2001
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 88 MB)
Field Operations Document, Environmental Technology Verification of the Kinetico CPS100CPT Coagulation and Filtration System for the Removal of Arsenic From Drinking Water (PDF) (139 pp, 7.81 MB)April 2000
ORCA Water Technologies
KemLoop 1000 Coagulation and Filtration Water Treatment System

Report (PDF) (100 pp, 904 KB)(EPA/600/R-05/119) September 2005
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 60 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, ORCA Water Technologies, KEMLOOP 1000 Coagulation and Filtration Water Treatment System for Arsenic Removal From Drinking Water, February 2005
Pall Corp.
Microza Microfiltration System

Report (PDF) (97 pp, 792 KB)(EPA/600/R-05/120) September 2005
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 60 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Pall Corp., Microza Microfiltration System for Arsenic Removal, September 2004
Watermark Technologies, LLC
eVOX Model 5

Report (PDF) (92 pp, 1.66 MB)March 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 84 KB)
Field Operations Document, Watermark Technologies, LLC, Coagulation and Filtration System for Removal of Arsenic From Drinking Water, April 2000
ADI International, Inc.
ADI Pilot Test Unit No. 2002-09 With MEDIA G2

Report (PDF) (143 pp, 2.15 MB) (EPA/600R05073) June 2005
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 72 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, ADI International, Inc., Adsorptive Media Process for the Removal of Arsenic, Pilot Test Unit No. 2002-09 With Media G2, July 2003 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Arsenic Removal (see Chapter 6, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Adsorptive Media Processes for the Removal of Arsenic (PDF) (180 pp, 1.64 MB) September 2003
Kinetico, Inc., and Alcan Chemicals
Para-Flo PF60 Model AA08AS With Actiguard AAFS50

Report (PDF) (99 pp, 1.29 MB) March 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 68 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Kinetico, Inc., and Alcan Chemicals, Adsorptive Media Process for the Removal of Arsenic, Para-Flo PF60 Model AA08AS With Actiguard AAFS50, March 2003
Hydranautics
Hydranautics ESPA2-4040 Reverse Osmosis Membrane Element Module

Report (PDF) (102 pp, 2.55 MB)March 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 92 KB)
Field Operations Document, Hydranautics, ESPA2-4040 Reverse Osmosis Membrane Element for the Removal of Arsenic From Drinking Water, March 2000 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Arsenic Removal (PDF) (180 pp, 1.64 MB) September 2003
Koch Membrane Systems
TFC – ULP4 Reverse Osmosis Membrane Module,
Park City, UT

Report (PDF) (100 pp, 1.83 MB)August 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 152 KB)

Field Operations Document, Koch Membrane Systems, TFC – ULP4 Reverse Osmosis Membrane Element Module for the Removal of Arsenic From Drinking Water, March 2000
Watts Premier, Inc.
M-Series M-15,000 Reverse Osmosis Treatment System

Report (PDF) (117 pp, 2.96 MB)(EPA/600/R-04/186) September 2004
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 72 KB)
Product-Specific Test Plan, Watts Premier, M-Series M-15,000 Treatment System for Arsenic Removal, June 2004
    Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Physical, Chemical, and Biological Removal of Nitrate (PDF) (161 pp, 1.31 MB)April 2002
    Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Removal of Inorganic Constituents (PDF) (101 pp, 888 KB) April 2002

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Technologies for Reduction of
Disinfection By-Products

Technology Brief: Nanofiltration for Removal of Drinking Water Disinfection By-Product Precursors (PDF) (2 pp, 6.21 MB) (EPA/600/S-07/019) June 2007

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
PCI Membrane Systems, Inc.
Fyne Process Model ROP 1434 With AFC-30 Nanofiltration Membranes
Report (PDF) (60 pp, 1.05 MB)September 2000
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 64 KB)
Field Operations Document, PCI Membrane Systems , Inc., Nanofiltration Fyne Process System With AFC-30 Tubular Membranes, April 2000 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Removal of Precursors to Disinfection By-Products (see Chapter 2, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Membrane Processes for the Removal of Precursors to Disinfection By-Products) (PDF) (117 pp, 972 KB) September 2003
    Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Removal of Precursors to Disinfection By-Products (see Chapter 3, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Granular Activated Carbon Adsorption of Disinfection By-Product Precursors) (PDF) (117 pp, 972 KB) September 2003

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Ultraviolet (UV), Ozone, and Alternative Inactivation, Disinfection, and Oxidation Technologies

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
Osmonics, Inc.
Model PS 150 Ozone Disinfection System

Report (PDF) (79 pp, 892 KB) December 2001
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 96 KB)
Field Operations Document, Osmonics, Inc., Ozone/Advanced Oxidation System, July 1999 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants (see Chapter 2, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Ozone-Based and Advanced Oxidation Processes for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants) (PDF) (160 pp, 476 KB) January 2003
ClorTec, A Division of Capital Controls, Inc.
Model MC 100

Report (PDF) (61 pp, 904 KB) September 2000
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 140 KB)
Field Operations Document, Chemical Services Co., ClorTec On-Site Halogen Generation System, February 2000 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants (see Chapter 3, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – On-Site Generation of Halogen Disinfectants for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants) (PDF) (160 pp, 476 MB) January 2003
Exceltec International Corp., A Subsidiary of Severn Trent Services, Inc.
ClorTec T-12

Report (PDF) (55 pp, 816 KB) January 2001
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 76 KB)
Field Operations Document, Exceltec International Corp., ClorTec On-Site Halogen Generation System, February 2000
OXI Co., Inc.
OXI-2B

Report (PDF) (54 pp, 976 KB) June 2001
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 84 KB)
Field Operations Document, EPA/NSF Environmental Technology Verification Test of the OXI Generator Model OXI-2B at SJWD Water District Drinking Water Plant, Lyman, South Carolina (PDF) (37 pp, 228 KB) June 2000
Atlantic Ultraviolet Corp.
Megatron Unit Model M250, Chula Vista, California

Report (PDF) (68 pp, 808 KB) June 2002
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 156 KB)
Field Operations Document, Atlantic Ultraviolet Corp., Megatron Ultraviolet System, April 2001 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants (see Chapter 4, Equipment Verification Testing Plan – Ultraviolet Radiation Technologies for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants) (PDF) (160 pp, 476 KB) January 2003
Calgon Carbon Corp.
Sentinel Ultraviolet Reactor

Report (PDF) (66 pp, 728 KB) (EPA/600/R-98/160) May 1999
Statement (PDF) (6 pp, 168 KB)
Field Operations Document, Calgon Carbon Corp., Sentinel Ultraviolet Reactor, March 1998
Trojan Technologies, Inc.
UVSwift Ultraviolet System Model 4L12, Chula Vista, California

Report (PDF) (68 pp, 948 KB)May 2002
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 144 KB)
Field Operations Document for the EPA/NSF Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program Trojan UVSwift Ultraviolet System (PDF) (87 pp, 3.42 MB) March 2001
PentaPure, Inc.
PentaPure H-3000-I Mobile Water Purification Station

Report (PDF) (65 pp, 1.13 MB) August 2001
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 84 KB)
Field Operations Document, PentaPure, Inc., H-3000 Mobile Water Purification Station at SJWD Water District Drinking Water Plant, Lyman, South Carolina, April 2007Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants (PDF) (160 pp, 476 KB)January 2003 Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Inactivation of Microbiological Contaminants (PDF) (160 pp, 476 KB) January 2003
    Not applicable. Protocol for Development of Test / Quality Assurance Plans for Validation of Ultraviolet (UV) Reactors (PDF) (39 pp, 408 KB) August 2011
    Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing of Volatile Organic Chemical Removal (PDF) (138 pp, 1.36 MB) January 2004
    Not applicable. Protocol for Equipment Verification Testing for Removal of Synthetic Organic Chemical Contaminants (PDF) (220 pp, 2.36 MB)January 2004

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Whole Building and Mobile Treatment Systems for Reduction of
Microbiological and Chemical Agents

Company/Technology Name Verification Report
and Statement
Test/Quality
Assurance Plan
Verification Protocol
RASco, Inc.
Advanced Simultaneous Oxidation Process (ASOP) Drinking Water Treatment Module
Report (PDF) (41 pp, 660 KB) September 2007
Statement (PDF) (5 pp, 88 KB)
Not applicable. Not applicable.
Village Marine Tec.
Expeditionary Unit Water Purifier (EUWP), Generation 1 (Secondary Treated Wastewater)
Report (PDF) (EPA/600/R-10/151) January 2011
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 96 KB)
Village Marine Tec.
Expeditionary Unit Water Purifier (EUWP) (Seawater)
Report (PDF) (124 pp, 2.5 MB) (EPA/600/R-10/013) September 2010
Statement (PDF) (7 pp, 100 KB)
Village Marine Tec.
Expeditionary Unit Water Purifier, Generation 1 (Fresh Water)
Report (PDF) (146 pp, 3.61 MB) (EPA/600/R-09/124) October 2009
Statement (PDF) (9 pp, 162 KB)
Watts Premier, Inc.
M-2400 Point-of-Entry Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Treatment System
Report (PDF) (62 pp, 1.61 MB)(EPA/600/R-06/101) September 2006
Statement (PDF) (8 pp, 232 KB)

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