MIOX is exhibiting at the 2014 Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) from June 1 – 5. Representing MIOX is Senior Scientist Andrew Boal, who will be showcasing the company’s revolutionary on-site Mixed Oxidant Solution generators and hypochlorite generators for drinking water treatment, advanced oxidation process and municipal wastewater treatment technology to the more than 19,000 water professionals attending SIWW.
Ranging from small communities to large cities with more than 10 million people, water treatment facilities are turning to MIOX chemistries for their drinking water disinfection because the proven disinfectant improves the quality and safety of drinking water while also providing significant economic savings. Conventional treatment processes consume a lot of fuel and release harmful carbon emissions. As such, there is a rising demand in the development of improved and/or new disinfection technologies.
MIOX offers a comprehensive line of on-site chemical generators which combine salt, water and power to generate cost-effective water disinfectants on site. Whether you need the lowest cost and most reliable sodium hypochlorite (HYPO) on the market, maximum disinfection using our proprietary Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS), or a combination of on-site generated aqueous chlorine and ultraviolet light (Cl2/UV) through our new Integrated Advanced Oxidation (iAO) technology, MIOX can provide a wide range of solutions for your water treatment needs.
The Aerojet Rocketdyne site for Groundwater Remediation in California was able to save up to 75% on chemical costs and improve worker safety by switching to MIOX’s iAO technology. To learn more, download the Case Study by clicking here.
The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) is the global platform to share and co-create innovative water solutions. Stakeholders from the global water industry gather at SIWW to share business opportunities and showcase the latest water technologies. SIWW is part of the strategic program of the Singapore Government to grow the water industry and develop water technologies.
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MIOX will exhibit at SynGas to showcase on-site generated Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) as a clean, safe alternative water treatment for industrial water treatment. MlOX’s on-site chemical generation technology provides the safest water disinfectant in the market. As demonstrated in industrial water treatment applications worldwide, MIOX’s MOS is proven to remove biofilm, reduce corrosion, eliminate water souring and other problems related microbiological growth.
One of the major applications we will be focusing on is how producers can use both on-site generated Mixed Oxidant Solution chemistry and on-site generated sodium hypochlorite for cooling tower water treatment. Other major applications include process water and wastewater at refining plants, fertilizer plants and ammonia plants.
Benefits of MIOX in industrial facilities include:
- Increased thermal efficiency through biofilm removal
- Reduction of biocide costs by up to 75%
- Reduced dosage, ORP and corrosion
- Reduced trucking, carbon emission and fuel consumption by eliminating delivered chemicals
- Increased workplace safety through removal of storage and handling of hazardous chemicals
If you are attending SynGas 2014, make sure to stop by booth #59. If you are not attending but still want to learn more about MIOX’s industrial water treatment solutions, visit our resource library here, or connect with a MIOX industrial expert here.
About SynGas 2014
On Monday April 28, the SynGas Association will hold its 10th Annual conference in Tulsa, OK. SynGas provides “an open exchange of ideas and information to promote better safety, technical, environmental, operational and maintenance techniques for the mutual benefit of the organization and its participants.” Attending the conference will be producers and suppliers of the synthetic gas industry. From big name keynote speakers and over 30 industry specific breakout sessions to the annual SynGas Golf Tournament, this year’s conference will not be one to miss.
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While volunteering at Joy Junction, employees at MIOX noticed the large amounts of bleach that the nonprofit homeless shelter was buying. MIOX then decided to take their volunteer work a step further by providing Joy Junction with their own mixed oxidant solution to help save on costs. As a result, Joy Junction COO Jennifer Munsey awarded MIOX as their Volunteer of the Month for May 2013. Accepting the certificate of appreciation was Larry Lemasters.
Joy Junction is a place of refuge to those who have been forced into the streets. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to helping homelessmen, women, children, and families in Albuquerque by providing food, clothing, shelter, and safety. To learn more, visit http://www.joyjunction.org/
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MIOX was awarded the Pollution Prevention Award 2013 for reducing waste and helping protect river and treatment plants through best management practices in several areas:
- Proper disposal methods for process materials
- Maintaining records of recycled materials & waste disposal
- Storing chemicals properly
- Practicing good housekeeping
The Pollution Prevention Award was established by the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (ABCWUA) in 1992, and MIOX is honored to be recognized for its efforts in good stewardship of water and wastewater management. You can read more about the program at www.abcwua.org and see other honored organizations.
ABCWUA visited MIOX earlier in the year, meeting with key personnel in several departments, including Andy Boal, our leading chemistry scientist and myself, Larry Lemasters, Director of Service. MIOX shared our practices and procedures and reviewed opportunities to continue to improve those practices with a goal of achieving an Award of Excellence.
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