Spartan Environmental Technologies supplies ozone and advanced oxidation processes for the removal of soluble organic and inorganic contaminants from industrial wastewater. These systems can reduce TOC, BOD and COD levels in wastewater including the removal of specific chemical species. If you are having difficulty in meeting permitted discharge levels or want to reduce your wastewater treatment costs please call Spartan to see how oxidation technologies can help or follow the links above form more information on our products and technology.
Spartan delivers oxidation technology with the help of its partner Ozono Elettronica Internazionale (OEI) of Milan, Italy. OEI has over 40 years of experience in supplying ozone based solution to industrial and municipal clients.
Each of the oxidation technologies listed above are best suited to particular applications. Ozone oxidation breaks down large molecules into more biodegradable species generally reducing the toxicity of the chemicals remaining in the water. Ozone is a selective reactant and only oxidizes certain molecules. The electrolytic process is another oxidation process, which is most economical when dealing with smaller organic molecules. Advanced oxidation process create hydroxyl radicals. Unlike ozone, this species is a very fast reactant and is non selective in its reactions It will attack virtually all molecules. Hydroxyl radicals can mineralize organic compounds, that is convert them to carbon dioxide, so they can also reduce TOC.
Industrial wastewater treatment solutions tend to be unique depending on the chemical species involved and the process where the compounds are found. This means that each application needs to be evaluated individually. Spartan works with its client and its partners to evaluate the application and develop an appropriate solution.
Industrial effluent wastewater may carry a broad range of contaminants, including BOD, COD, color, phenols, cyanides, sanitary waste and other complex chemicals. Ozone, in combination with other physical, chemical or biological processes, can treat complex industrial wastes due to its strong oxidative nature. Ozone oxidation breaks down organic molecules into smaller biodegradable components and in some cases to carbon dioxide.