using ozone as the oxidant for disinfection in water treatment (Reynolds & Richards, 1996).
the use of ozone gas to disinfect water.
The application of ozone to water, wastewater, or air, generally for the purposes of disinfection or odor control.
treatment of water for human consumption with ozone to disinfect and destroy human pathogens.
A treatment process in which ozone is applied to the water for disinfection, or for taste and odor control.
a water treatment process that destroys bacteria and other micro-organisms. It's one of the most advanced water treatment processes in the industry.
method of disinfection that is used widely in France that leaves no residual, taste or odor and acts as a powerful oxidant of orgainics and inorganic impurities.
The application of ozone to water for disinfection or for taste and odor control.
a water treatment process that destroys bacteria and other microorganisms through an infusion of ozone, a gas produced by subjecting oxygen molecules to high electrical voltages.
A disinfection process for wastewater using ozone.
Adding ozone to water to disinfect it or to remove objectionable taste or odour.
Process of injecting ozone into water to inhibit bacterial growth.
The use of ozone for water purification. Pathogens Disease-causing organisms, such as bacteria and viruses.
Ozone treatment, e.g. to kill germs in water. Ozone is a very unstable and reactive gas similar to oxygen in its chemical structure; its molecule is made of three oxygen atoms.
The process of feeding ozone into a water supply for the purpose of decolorization, deodorization, disinfection, or oxidation.