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Human activities and agricultural and commercial/industrial operations produce or contribute to a great deal of high-concentration, highly contaminated water, including landfill leachate, concentrated animal feeding effluent, hydraulic fracturing (frac) flowback and algae blooms, to name just some of the challenges. Our modular Electro Water Separation™ (EWS) technology has delivered the benefits of chemical-free water treatment in new and more efficient ways for our oil & gas, agricultural, and industrial customers since 2012.

In 2015, we added electro-oxidation to EWS via our proprietary advanced oxidation process, AOx™, addressing the most complex organic or metallic contaminants present in water in either miscible or dissolved form. A growing number of these contaminants cannot be addressed by conventional treatment methods. AOx is therefore an essential technology.

In 2016 and 2017, we filed patents to apply AOx as a next-generation Advanced Oxidation process to treat the last percentiles of toxins in potable waters. We believe that this is a new consumer sector, which we call Super Toxin Free™. We are currently proving the application through a series of tests. We are interested in commercial partners to roll out this new technology that may be critical to help preserve both human and animal health.

EWS and AOx can treat water in multiple industry settings:

 

EWS:AOx handles complex wastewater streams that otherwise would require a combination of different technologies.

Electro
Coagulation
Air
Stripping
Dissolved Air
Flotation
UV Ozone Settling Membrane
Bio Reactors
EWS:AOx™
Total Suspended Solids x x x x x
Total Ammonia Nitrogen x x x
Total Nitrogen x x
Phosphorus x x
Soluble Chemical Oxygen Demand x x
Non-soluble Chemical Oxygen Demand x x x
Biological Oxygen Demand x x x x x
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons x x x x x
Heavy Metals x x x

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