Article | November 30, 2021

Innovative Solutions In Water Treatment: Using Supersaturated Oxygen Solutions To Suppress Sulfides And Control Odor

Source: BlueInGreen

By Tyler James Elm

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This is the third article in a series of articles and case studies examining the adoption of innovative solutions in water treatment and the market drivers of change influencing how companies in various industries manage their wastewater.

In this third article, I examine technology-enabled advances in chemical replacement and the industry drivers promoting the transition from chemical applications of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to super-oxygenated solutions as the preferred method of oxidizing sulfates and controlling the odor of wastewater. Specifically, I review two case studies: a large Pulp & Paper company and a large pork producer. The case studies illustrate the value proposition of replacing chemical applications of hydrogen peroxide and a catalyst with supersaturated dissolved oxygen to control odor by oxidizing and suppressing the formation of sulfides in wastewater.

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