What's Up With 1,4-Dioxane?

Source: De Nora

According to the U.S. EPA, 1,4-dioxane is expected to move rapidly from soil to groundwater and may migrate rapidly in groundwater, ahead of other contaminants. This synthetic chemical has been deemed hazardous to humans by the U.S. EPA. Understanding the 1,4-dioxane problem, evaluating treatment options, and selecting the right technology while keeping operating expenses in check can be a lot to consider.

Watch this 30 minute on demand webinar to hear how multi-barrier technologies and piloting are addressing the problem of 1,4-dioxane contamination. As a company with all recognised solutions for 1,4-Dioxane removal technologies in its portfolio including: ultraviolet advanced oxidation process (UV AOP), UV + hydrogen peroxide oxidation process (UV H2O2 or UV peroxide), ozone advanced oxidation process (ozone AOP), and chlorine advanced oxidation process, De Nora provides an unbiased introduction of:

  • What 1, 4-dioxane is and how it gets into water
  • The principal AOP technologies for treatment and when they are applied
  • How to choose the right advanced oxidation process
  • Real-life case examples
  • Piloting for long-term success