Waste Water Treatment

- Sewage Treatment Plant
Grey Water Treatment
- Decentralised STP
- Containerized STP
- Skid Mounted STP
- STP for labor camp
Compact STP

- Sustainable STP
- STP for weekend home
- Tertiary Treatment with Ozonation

 Water Treatment Solutions

- Drinking Water Treatment
- Ozone in Food & Beverage
- Swimming Pool/Ponds
- Process Water Treatment
- Type II RO Water
- Ozone Laundry System
- Cooling Tower Treatment
- Municipal Drinking Water
- Sea Water Desalination
- River/Lake/Dam Ground

 Air Treatment Solutions

- Operation Room Fumigation
- Odor removal / Control
- Indoor Air Treatment
- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
- HVAC / AHU Ozonation
- Air Disinfection
- VOC Reduction
- Sick Building Syndrome
- Production Industry
- Packing Industry



What is Ozone

• Ozone (O3), or Trioxygen is a color less odorless gas made of oxygen. It is sometimes called the activated oxygen. It contains three atoms of oxygen rather than the two atoms we normally breathe. Ozone is the second most powerful sterility in the world and its function is to destroy bacteria, viruses, and odors.

• We are probably most familiar with ozone from reading about the 'ozone layer' that circles the planet above the earths atmosphere. Here the ozone is created by ultra-violet rays from the sun and subsequently helps to protect from the damaging ultra-violet radiation.

• Ozone occurs quite readily in nature. In fact that fresh smell after a thunderstorm is actually the smell of ozone, most often as a result of lightning strikes. Ozone is also created by waterfalls.

Introduction Ozone

Stratospheric ozone
is formed naturally through the interaction of solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation with molecular oxygen (O2). The stratospheric "ozone layer" extends from approximately six to thirty miles above the earth's surface and reduces the amount of harmful UV radiation reaching the Earth's surface.

Tropospheric, or ground-level, ozone
forms primarily from reactions between two major classes of air pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and nitrogen oxides (NOx). These reactions depend on the presence of heat and sunlight, meaning more ozone forms in the summer months.

Ground-level ozone
is not emitted directly into the air, but it is formed by chemical reactions between nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOC) in the atmosphere.

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• Industrial facilities
• Electric utilities
• Chemical solvents
• Motor vehicle exhaust
• Naturally-occurring sources
• Wood combustion
• Paints
• Small engines
• Consumer products


Negative Effect of Ozone

Health Effects:
• Chest pain
• Coughing
• Existing health conditions, such as bronchitis,
  emphysema, and asthma, are worsened
• Throat Irritation
• Congestion
• Repeated exposure may permanently scar lung tissue
• Premature death

Environment Effect:
• Reduced agricultural crops
• Reduced commercial forest yields
• Reduced growth of tree seedlings
• Increased susceptibility to stresses such
  as extreme weather, diseases and pests


Is ozone Harmful

There has been some debate over the safety of ozone and humans, however The EPA, USDA and OSHA have approved the use of ozone at concentrations of 0.1 Parts Per Million, for an exposure period of eight hours, without any side effects. Note that this permissible level is for continuous exposure throughout an entire 8 hour day for 5 days a week. The temporary affects of such a low exposure would range from headaches, to sore throats, irritation in the eyes, and nose. No long term effects have ever been documented from ozone exposure.

Permissible Ozone Concentration

Maximum Permissible Concentration in Occupied space:
• OSHA : 0.1 ppm ( 100 PPB)
• Exposure of : 8 Hr /day, 5 days a week
• ASHRAE : 0.05 ppm (50 ppb)
• FDA :0.05 ppm ( 50 ppb)
Continuous exposure 24 hr/day 365 Days a year
ASHRAE Ventilation Code No.. 62-1999 –
• 15CFM per person (Min.),
• 30 CFM per Person if smoking is permitted.

Why do we need fresh air?

• To Reduce the Volatile Organic Compounts(VOC)
• To make-up oxygen content.
• To remove foul odours.

Hence, Fresh air is required to improve the Indoor Air Quality. But Fresh air is not cheap!

Hot and humid air needs to be cooled down to room temperature
Hidden cost of fresh air
60% to cool moisture ….. waste of energy
28% to cool nitrogen ….. waste of energy
12% to cool oxygen ….. the only useful component in fresh air

Energy Consumed by Fresh Air.
• 150 CFM of fresh air will required 1 Ton of Cooling Load (approx.)
• 1KW for Water Cooled system & 1.3KW for Air Cooled system.

Why use of Ozone for environmental Control?

Improved Environment Quality
• Reduction of VOC, Smoke and foul odour.
• Drastic reduction of bacteria, viruses and pathogens.
• An healthy and fresh environment.

By oxidation of contaminants and odorous molecules
• Economy of Operation & reduction in HVAC plat size attainable
• 20 to 30% IS POSSIBLE(Depends on Application, country of operation and other variables)
• Reduction in Capital Cost of HVAC is often Less Than total investment in Ozone System, Controls and Monitors.

Advantages of Ozone

• Ozone is the strongest oxidant and disinfectant available for the treatment of aqueous solutions and gaseous mixtures.
• Although ozone is only partially soluble in water, it is sufficiently soluble and stable such that its oxidation or
  disinfectant properties can be fully utilized.
• After ozone oxidizes or disinfects, it decomposes into oxygen.
• Ozone reacts with a large variety of organic compounds resulting in oxygen-containing organic by-products.
• Although ozone is the strongest oxidizing agent commercially available, it is safe to handle. The primary reason is that
   it cannot be stored and, therefore must be generated and used on-site.
• In treating potable water, wastewater, and landfill leachate, ozone has the proven ability to convert bio refractory
  organic materials to biodegradable materials. As a result, combining ozone oxidation with subsequent biological
  treatment can produce water or wastewater with lower concentrations of problematic organic compounds more
  cost-effectively than either process used individually.
• Ozone in its gaseous phase is a proven deodorizer for a variety of odorous materials.
• Applying ozone to any medium (liquid or gaseous) does not add other chemicals.
• Ozone is a Green Technology!
• Ozone is easily generated onsite with oxygen & electricity (both are readily available).
• Ozone kills airborne pathogen & viruses.
• Ozone is easily generated onsite with oxygen & electricity (both are readily available).
• Ozone gas is molecular resulting in penetration of small cracks & crevices that cannot be reached with traditional
  cleaning methods.
• Ozone decomposes into oxygen after it reacts with odors.
• The Chemical Free Solution for Aqua Culture:

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