Waste water from an industrial facility may contain BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand), COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), color, phenol, cyanide, cleaning agents and a range of chemicals. Ozone, which can be combined with UV and / or other physical, chemical or biological processes, provides excellent results in the treatment of such complex wastes due to its high oxidation ability. It reduces the TOC (Total Organic Carbon) by decomposing organic matter in water.
- In order to prevent water grievance in areas where water recycling is important
- Conservation of Natural Resources
- Ozone treatment offers a wide range of options to reduce the operating and consumable costs of recycling and to contribute to the budget.
Removal of micropollutants by ozone
Urban wastewater; organic waste materials such as biocides, endocrine disruptors, pentachlorophenol, and drugs are contaminated. Many of these contaminants threaten the water ecosystem and human health and become an important problem. Many plants and enterprises are experiencing significant difficulties in eliminating these micro-pollutants by classical methods and are entering high costs.
Compared to other conventional treatment systems, ozone-based treatment applications have proven their effectiveness under many different conditions and are economical and energy-efficient solutions for management.