Ozone is one of the strongest disinfectants and oxidants available for recycled water treatment. And it is safe.
Clean, clear, healthy water is what we all want and need. With the uncertainty of its availability due to drought conditions or geographic location, recycling water is critical for conservation and sustainability.
All water on Earth is technically recycled as it is repeatedly cycled through the planetary hydrosphere. The term “recycled water” typically mean wastewater from a home or business which is treated to a level necessary for its intended use. Ozone is one of the strongest disinfectants and oxidants available for recycled water treatment.
The use of ozone has been used in drinking water plants since 1906 where the first industrial ozonation plant was built in Nice, France. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has accepted ozone as being safe. It is even applied to food as an anti-microbial agent for it’s treatment, storage, and processing.