Ozone is nature's way to naturally clean both air and water. Lightning is the most common way ozone is produced. Call us to learn more about ozone water treatment and purification in Aledo, Decatur, Fort Worth, Weatherford, and other area cities and please take a moment and visit some of these sites about ozone and ALL of its uses:
Ozone is a marvel of nature. In the upper atmosphere, Ozone protects our planet from harmful ultraviolet radiation. Closer to Earth, Ozone purifies and sanitizes the air we breathe, the water we drink, and food we eat. Long used in medical therapies, Ozone has shown remarkable antibacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal activity.
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International Ozone Association
More than 5 Billion gallons per day of drinking water is treated with Ozone in communities within a 400 mile radius of Los Angeles, California. Ozone and UV are also used in municipal wastewater treatment and water reclamation and reuse.
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Wikipedia - Ozone
Ozone (O3) is a triatomic molecule, consisting of three oxygen atoms. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than the diatomic species O2. Ozone in the upper atmosphere filters potentially damaging ultraviolet light from reaching the Earth's surface. It is present in low concentrations throughout the Earth's atmosphere. It has many industrial and consumer applications. Ozone therapy is a controversial alternative medicine practice; mainstream scientific medicine has found ozone to be harmful to humans, and equipment intended to be used for ozone therapy is banned in the United States.
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Ozone Pure Water
It began in Oudshoorn, Netherlands, in 1893. The first Ozone water treatment plant treated their drinking water. Nice, France, was the first large city to use Ozone for their drinking water. Now, thousands of communities throughout the world use Ozone. Los Angeles, California, is the world's largest (600 million gallons a day) water treatment plant to use Ozone for water decontamination. A three-year LACDWP study completed in 1983 proved that the use of Ozone as a pretreatment for aqueduct water was the most economical way to meet or exceed new federal and state water quality standards.
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Eliminate Bacteria with Ozone
All water contains microbes - living organisms that feed on organics, metals, petroleum, chemicals and each other. While most microbes are completely harmless and pose no health risks, others can be dangerous.
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