Ozone: from simple to complex municipal water treatment challenges

A powerful oxidant with a fast reaction time and no added chemicals, ozone generation is an effective and growing option for water and wastewater treatment. De Nora has been providing ozone generation systems for municipal water treatment and advanced oxidation process (AOP) since the 1970s.

Ozone is often the best treatment option when more than one benefit is realized. In drinking water, benefits include taste and odor reduction, color removal, THM & HAA reduction, iron and manganese oxidation, microflocculation enhancements, and cyanobacteria (blue green algae) mitigation. Ozone water treatment is also a reliable technology to address the rising concerns around contaminants of emerging concern, particularly pharmaceutical micropollutants, mycotoxins, and 1,4 dioxane.

For wastewater applications, additional benefits include TOC removal, toxicity reduction and biosolids (sludge) reduction.

In this webinar, learn about the ozone generator, how it works, why it’s so effective (hint: corona discharge matters), and how it compares to other wastewater and potable/drinking water treatment options. We’ll look at case studies and discuss real-world applications.

Attendance to this webinar will help a wide range of professionals, including: Municipal water and wastewater utility end users, operators, EPCs, and consulting engineers in in the US and Europe. Especially relevant for those concerned with compliance and regulations, continuity of operations, and more complex treatment requirements.

A short of list of Ozone-related topics that you will learn about:

  • Hear how ozone is being used effectively in municipal drinking and wastewater treatment plants for a range of water treatment.
  • Ensure regulatory compliance around contaminants of emerging concern: learn what are they, how they are regulated, and how ozone can be part of the solution.
  • Learn how combining ozone and biologically active filtration can treat constituents of emerging concern and unwanted disinfection byproducts.
  • Review the pros and cons of ozone treatment and consider how ozone compares to other technologies.
  • Ensure existing ozone treatment systems are operating at maximum effectiveness, understanding the impact of an effective maintenance program.
  • Learn how to build in resilience into your ozone installations in the face of unpredictable events.
  • Hear about how ozone generation addressed real treatment concerns with user case study discussions.