Ozone Regulations

Ozone, O3, a triatomic gaseous form of oxygen, is an unstable molecule that is naturally occurring in nature. It is known as the world’s most powerful commercially available disinfectant and is used in a variety of industries, from drinking water to industrial water treatment to food processing.

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Knowing the basics and where to look for more information

Publication Date: 
November 1, 2006
Activation Date: 
November 1, 2006
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17437

Ozone Wastewater Treatment

Portable wastewater treatment systems support Canada’s natural industries

Activation Date: 
October 4, 2006
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Legacy
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17349

Exploring the Options

Developing and upgrading community water treatment systems with ozone

Activation Date: 
January 1, 2006
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16935

Clearing the Water

Using ozone and copper ionization to disinfect swimming pool water

Activation Date: 
March 1, 2006
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Legacy
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16782

Discovering the Secret Ingredient

It’s getting increasingly difficult to keep track of all the new and potentially lucrative opportunities currently available to today’s water industry professionals. While industries are demanding more from their water, governments are demanding tighter restrictions on the way water can be used and discharged. That’s where ozone comes in.

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Companies can cut costs and enjoy other benefits by using ozone

Activation Date: 
January 1, 2006
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Legacy
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16588

Innovative Methods in Wastewater Disinfection

Wastewater can have several meanings, depending on the industry or application. Blow down from cooling towers is considered wastewater; leachate recovery water in greenhouses contaminated with pathogens can be considered wastewater; and water processed in sewage plants is definitively considered wastewater. Finding alternative methods to disinfect water before it is introduced back into the ecosystem or to disinfect reclaimed water, has always been a challenge.

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Using alternative methods of disinfection can reduce long-term costs and diminish chemicals introduced into the ecosystem

About The Author: 

Jeff Roseman, CWS-IV, is the owner of Aqua Ion Plus+ Technologies in La Porte, Ind. Roseman has a background in chemistry and physics from studies in Electrical Engineering at Purdue University. He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Water Quality Products, and his specialty certifications are in ozone, disinfection and RO/ultrafiltration technologies. Roseman has been instrumental in developing systems using copper ionization as an alternative to using chlorine. He can be reached at 219.362.7279, or by e-mail at [email protected].

Activation Date: 
December 1, 2005
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
16534
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