The use of Ozone is being increasingly adopted for drinking water and wastewater treatment because of its superb purification ability which incorporates environment-friendly features. The effectiveness of Ozone for advanced water treatment has been widely proven with an extensive record of successful applications. Which is further reinforced by the FDA and USDA’s approval of Ozone applications.
Evidently, there has been a growing need for municipalities and industries to treat wastewater sufficiently as regulations grow more stringent, and for re-use in irrigation and other applications, as water sources continue to decline due to drought, population growth and other causes. Effectively, Ozone is drastically gaining recognition for its water treatment abilities in addition to the public health, environmental and various other benefits it provides.
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- Removal of organic and inorganic compounds
- Removal of micro-pollutants and microorganisms
- Biocide effective against; fungi, protozoa, biofilm, bacteria, virus etc.
- Enhancement of the flocculation/coagulation decantation process
- Enhanced disinfection and reduction of disinfection by-products
- Leaves no chemicals behind
- Reverts to oxygen before entering sensitive settling ponds
- Odour and taste elimination
- Ozone is not stored or transported, it is generated on site
Ozone is an approved technology for drinking water treatment by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and has long been recognized as an effective method of treating drinking water to improve taste and safety for municipalities, small communities, and residences. It is one of the strongest disinfectants approved for potable water treatment capable of inactivating waterborne microorganisms and other bacteria and viruses such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium.