Oxidation Technologies will custom build a wide variety of specialized ozone applications. In the 9 months I have been working here, few projects have been the same. We have designed and built specialized pilot systems for customers exploring the new applications for ozone in their industry. We’ve produced a variety of systems for sanitation in the food industry and organic food storage. Our systems are solving tough problems in the pet products industry, and pharmaceutical research. We design systems for applications from bottled water treatment & dairy operations to municipal water, groundwater remediation, and sewage treatment. Our systems are helping customers in the ocean well drilling as well as the airline industry. We have designed custom treatment chambers for laboratories, allergy treatment, and product treatment. We’ve done in-house materials testing on a variety of dry and liquid materials. We continue to develop precise and safe control systems. Oxidation Technologies support the whole spectrum of ozone as well as other gas use with analyzers, sensors, parts and supplies. We have worked with customers all around the world. Everyone here works hard to understand needs and develop systems that will meet those needs. The leadership here have a tenacious spirit for overcoming obstacles and refuse to give up. The phones here are always in use providing excellent customer service. We are willing to travel and visit sites when needed or on a routine maintenance basis. From design to build, every project is steeped in cost consciousness, quality, the best materials and equipment for the job. Systems are built to work well, and last for a long time. After nine months working here, I continue to grow in my appreciation for the amazing potential of ozone, the depth of expertise laying the foundation of Oxidation Technologies, and the integrity and enthusiasm for applying the power of ozone to meet customers’ needs. At the same time, I have come to realize that what I have seen so far is only the tip of the iceberg. I am confident that the culture of growth and learning here will nourish my growth in understanding ozone and our ability to harness the power of ozone for your needs.
Ozone use is finding more and more small scale applications. Traditionally ozone has been used in large water treatment plants for drinking water and wastewater treatment. As the technology improves and becomes more mainstream new applications for ozone continue to grab hold.
EnviroPure has developed a great application for ozone to conserve water in food waste disposal systems. In fact the National Restaurant Association (NRA) have given an award to Enviropure for this system.
EnviroPure receives NRA innovation award, expected to save restaurants 400 gallons of water a day
Commercial foodservice and plumbing product manufacturer T&S Brass and Bronze Works announced the National Restaurant Association awarded the company the Kitchen Innovations Award for its new EnviroPure ozone recirculation option. The product is designed to eliminate the need to add fresh water during the organic food waste disposal system’s digestive process. The ozone recirculation option relies on naturally-extracted water from food waste as it processes through the system, breaking down food waste within 24 hours, the company said in the announcement.
Through a combination of mechanical processing and aerobic decomposition, an all-natural, micronutrient additive accelerates the digestive process, turning the food waste into a safe grey water byproduct that meets municipal wastewater requirements. The grey water is infused with ozone, which acts as a cleansing agent, the release said. The purified water then recirculates in a bubbler tank until further needed. Excess water can be used for irrigation or other non-potable purposes.
“A typical foodservice operation could expect to save about 400 gallons of water a day using this ozone infusion option,” said Jim Slanina, president of EnviroPure. “At a time when we’re beginning to realize water is not an unlimited resource, we think this will be a welcome innovation.”