Using Ozone To Take Care Of Hydrogen Sulfide

The Hidden Springs Water Treatment Facility treats between two to three million gallons of drinking water per day. Since it was built in the 80's, the plant has been using tray aeration, which leads to high amounts of hydrogen sulfide in the water. Watch the full video to discover why Hidden Springs contacted Pinnacle and TetraTech to pilot a study to use ozone for hydrogen sulfide rather than tray aeration. 

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