Case Study

AOP Removal In Aquifer Remediation


Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) is a widely used method for water treatment, particularly in removing contaminants. Among the various AOP methods, ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the most commonly employed. UV radiation breaks down an oxidizer compound to generate hydroxyl radicals, which react with contaminants and effectively remove them from the water.

Atlantium Technologies, a leading company in the water treatment industry, has developed a groundbreaking AOP process called HOD UV technology. This innovative technology utilizes medium pressure lamps to provide polychromatic UV light, which has proven to be highly effective in removing contaminants. One of the key advantages of the HOD UV system is its ability to degrade hydrogen peroxide at a higher rate, thereby generating more radicals for enhanced contaminant removal.

In this case study, read about a successful pilot test in Long Island, New York, removing 1,4 dioxane from water. The technology used offers improved efficiency, reduced maintenance, and ongoing monitoring for reliable water treatment.

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