Because of its comprehensive portfolio, Ozonia can offer a wide range of solutions for municipal applications. Ozonia's products have been designed so that they can be integrated into all types of treatment steps with the minimum amount of work and time. Equipment technologies include a large spectrum of UV reactors and ozone generators. Depending on the application in question, Ozonia can supply either a single technology or adopt a multi-process approach to achieve the desired result.
Both Ozone and UV are well recognized methods for water and wastewater disinfection in the industrial and municipal markets. Each can be used for the inactivation of viruses, giardia, cryptospordium, bacteria and other microbial contaminants.
UV is a proven cost effective disinfection alternative for water and wastewater, as well as numerous industrial applications. Ozonia offers several UV products for water and wastewater treatment which are fully bioassay validated with independent third party certification per recognized regulatory guidelines.
In addition to disinfection, ozone is also an effective treatment for taste, odor and color removal, iron and manganese reduction, as well as being a flocculating agent.
Ozone and/or UV are effective and environmentally friendly alternatives to chlorine and chlorine derivatives for water and wastewater disinfection.
Color due to organic molecules or products break down quickly when they come into contact with ozone. The powerful oxidation potential of ozone has made color removal one of the "classic" ozone applications for drinking water along with taste and odor removal which are also organic based. This need has crossed over to wastewater treatment (industrial and municipal) and today ozone is used extensively to remove color from effluents from dye manufacturers, textile mills, pharmaceutical factories and other industrial companies.
Ozone is also used extensively as a "bleach" in many processes such pulp and paper manufacturing, kaolin production and even textiles (stone washed denim). Ozonia has a broad range of products from laboratory scale ozonators to large engineered ozone plants to satisfy any possible color removal need.
Both Ozone and UV are well recognized methods for municipal drinking water treatment and disinfection. Each can be used for the inactivation of viruses, giardia, cryptospordium, bacteria and other microbial contaminants. While UV is limited to disinfection, ozone is also an effective treatment for taste, odor and color removal, iron and manganese reduction, as well as being a flocculating agent. Ozone and/or UV require a relatively short residence times for disinfection unlike chemicals such as chlorine and chlorine derivatives.
Drinking water is treated to kill or inactivate any pathogenic micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria and parasites, to remove inorganic and organic trace contaminants which have found their way into the water system because of pollution and to reduce the naturally occurring organic compounds such as humic acid and algal metabolites. In general, surface waters such as lakes and rivers contain higher levels of micro-organisms and are more prone to contamination than groundwater and require different treatment regimes. To reduce the risk to consumers, more and more countries are introducing new drinking water regulations containing stricter limits on pathogens and contaminants.
Ozone and UV are very effective alternatives to chlorine and other chemicals as a disinfection agent in swimming pools. Ozone and UV can safely prevent the formation of chlorine byproducts, such as chloramines and trihalomethanes. Ozone and UV can breakdown chlorinated byproducts, therefore reducing the typical problems associated with pools such as red eyes and respiration ailments. Ozone will also oxidize oils and other contaminants in swimming pools and spa water into safer elements. The use of ozone and UV can play an essential role in providing a clean and pleasant environment for bathers and pool staff.
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Effluent wastewater from an industrial facility may carry a broad and variable range of contaminants, including BOD, COD, color, phenols, cyanides, sanitary waste and a host of complex chemicals. Ozone, in combination with UV and/or other physical, chemical or biological processes, has the potential to treat complex industrial wastes due to its strong oxidative nature. In combination with medium pressure UV, ozone exhibits the power of advanced oxidation for TOC reduction, as well as destruction of organics. Potential industries that can benefit from ozone and UV include pharmaceuticals, textiles, automotive, foundry, etc.
In arid areas, due to water scarcity, treated wastewater can be used for a reuse application such as land or golf irrigation. Water recycling avoids water shortages and protects water resources. Water recycling is safe, environmentally sustainable and cost-effective for decision-makers who care about environmental resources. For operating cost reduction, municipalities and industry are smart to invest in reuse installations to reduce their fresh water consumption. Ozonia and Aquasource can implement different solutions to contribute to integrated water management.
Urban wastewater is becoming increasingly contaminated with organic substances such as biocides, EDCs, PCPs and pharmaceuticals. These contaminants, many know to be harmful to aquatic ecosystems and human health, have become a major issue for utilities. Many facilities struggle to eliminate micropollutants with conventional treatment processes. To combat these emerging pollutants Ozonia has developed a comprehensive product range to treat micropollutants.
Ozone-based treatment processes have demonstrated their effectiveness under many conditions and are an economical and energy efficient solution compared to the other treatment technologies. Ozonation also has the added benefit of disinfection and improved water quality.
Ozonia offers the most powerful solution available to eliminate micropollutants in urban wastewater: Ozonation. Ozonia is a recognized leader in the treatment of emerging pollutants due to years of focused research, company expertise and pilot study support from Suez Environment. Find out how Ozonia's patented technology can help solve your water treatment challenges.
The “Neugut” water treatment plant in Dübendorf (Zürich) was one of the first Swiss pilot plants for micropollutant elimination.
After reviewing the results, the municipality choose Ozonia to supply the full-scale plant that will be build for spring 2013. This sewage plant will be the first to comply with the new Swiss regulation on trace compounds treatment.
The Neugut facilities will be designed to treat up to 1’455 m3/h, and will be supplied by Ozonia as a turnkey treatment stage. The system will include ozone generation, dome diffusion, vent ozonedestruction and instrumentation. With this innovative and forward looking building willing to protect the receiving environment, a key cleaning-compound will be added to the “Neugut” Water Treatment Plant.
The city of Dübendorf awarded the Neugut project to OZONIA basedon the extensive know-how, experience and reliability that Ozonia is known for around the world. The Neugut sewage plant will be used as a foundation for future projects in Switzerland.
The wastewater treatment plant of Sophia Antipolis became during summer 2012 the first french sewage plant treating the micropollutants. Since, the receiving environment is perfectly preserved, protecting the drinking water resource of Antibes.
When the municipality resolved to enlarge and improve its sewage plant, they decided to upgrade the treatment line by setting up an ozone step. With this ozone generator, the plant benefits of a high-performance device combining flexibility and ease-of-use. Located between the biological treatment and the biofiltration, the ozonation fits ideally in an existing processing line.
Drawing on its know-how Ozonia offered a solution including a CFV-10 generator, allowing the sewage plant to adapt the ozone amount to every requirement, from today to 2030, where 50 000 population equivalent are expected (840 m3/hour).
With this first reference in France equipped by Ozonia, the municipality does a forward-looking investment perfectly framing the sustainable development.
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