Ozonation provides successful removal of micropollutants and endocrine disruptors

Jan. 28, 2014

LEONIA, N.J. — Ozonation has emerged as one of the most effective and reliable solutions to removing micropollutants or emerging contaminants in aquatic environments.

LEONIA, N.J. — Micropollutant removal is one of the primary environmental and public health threats directly related to water resources.

After several years of research, piloting and first full-scale testing, ozone has emerged as a cost effective and efficient micropollutant removal solution that can protect the global community from this growing challenge.

Ozonia North America has prepared a white paper detailing the history, technology, principles and performance of ozonation, with case study examples.

Read the entire white paper here.

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