New player enters ultraviolet disinfection market

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GUELPH, ON, Canada, Jan. 7, 2012 -- A new Canadian corporation, LUMINOR Environmental, has launched a line of UV disinfection products to the drinking water market, including the BLACKCOMB, RAINIER and K2 product families. The company offers product solutions for residential, light commercial, commercial/industrial and municipal applications.

LUMINOR founder and owner Myron Lupal is a 24-year veteran of the water industry, having held active positions within the CWQA, including past president. He has been heavily involved and called upon for input with both water treatment rules and the IUVA's manufacturing council.

LUMINOR designs, engineers and assembles all their products in Canada. For more information, visit www.luminoruv.com.

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