The Vanox system initially developed for high purity applications is also very effective at contaminant removal for wastewater and water recycle applications. Effective elimination of Dioxane using the proven Vanox system is now possible and we are involved in partnering with customers demonstrating our ability to help them solve this complex and costly problem.
1,4 Dioxane, a compound linked to cancer, is a byproduct of solvents used in many industries from chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and others. This compound is difficult to remove and has seen limited success with other advanced oxidation systems such ae UV/Peroxide, and UV/Ozone. It also has a low affinity to activated carbon or other media alternatives. New regulations are emerging that will expand the already high number of locations that require treatment for both potable water and wastewater. Evoqua’s comprehensive process data demonstrates that Vanox systems can significantly outperform other technologies, while being significantly less expensive. In addition to 1,4 Dioxane, many other contaminants can be treated with Vanox systems.
|Ppb IPA as C||Vanox UV Only||Vanox UV + Oxidant|
|Organic||Feed ppb||Vanox UV Only||Vanox UV + Oxidation|