Case Study

Arkansas, USA | Pulp And Paper Mill


The wastewater treatment facility of a pulp and paper mill in Arkansas, USA was facing challenges in managing odor and bio-chemical oxygen demand (BOD) using traditional chemical treatments. This not only resulted in regulatory scrutiny but also decreased the company's social license to operate. To overcome these issues, the facility decided to replace the chemical treatments with two SDOX® systems.

The SDOX® systems inject a super-oxygenated solution into the treatment process. This solution effectively improved odor management, reduced operating costs, and pre-treated the BOD. The implementation of SDOX® systems led to an increase in the oxidation reduction potential (ORP) of the effluent, as well as elevated dissolved oxygen levels. Moreover, these systems successfully mitigated odor sources and improved the overall treatment process. In comparison to the previous chemical treatments, the use of SDOX® technology proved to be more cost-effective.

Overall, the implementation of SDOX® technology in water treatment processes has resulted in economic, operational, social, and environmental improvements. It has proven to be a valuable solution for addressing odor and BOD challenges, providing a more sustainable and efficient approach to wastewater treatment.

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