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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Ongoing work is being conducted to facilitate the implementation of MIOX’s on-site AOP for a variety of water treatment applications. Some of the results can be read in the peer-reviewed article published in the Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies.
You can read the full article here:
“Investigation of the use of Chlorine Based Advanced Oxidation in Surface Water: Oxidation of Natural Organic Matter and Formation of Disinfection Byproducts”
This peer-reviewed article was published in the Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies, cited as: J. Adv. Oxid. Technol. Vol.16, No. 1, 2013, Page: 137-150.
In 2009, MIOX received a Phase I Small Business Initiative Research (SBIR) award to investigate chlorine-based UV oxidative processes for the removal of contaminants in water. Upon successful completion of Phase I, our science team was awarded Phase II in 2011. Most recently, MIOX was granted additional SBIR funding to broaded commercial applications of on-site generated AOP.
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Read the full press release here on the MIOX website.
MIOX awarded $100,000 National Science Foundation SBIR research grant to commercialize on-site generated AOP chemistry in the Microelectronics & Aerospace industries
NSF’s TECP program is specifically designed to provide bridge funding when a technology developed under the SBIR program stirs commercial interest. Partnering with global leaders in the Microelectronics and Aerospace industries, MIOX has identified and started developing applications for an economical AOP technology.
“This award from the NSF allows our project team to move the technology developed under the SBIR program out to a larger commercial arena,” said Dr. Susan Rivera, MIOX Manager of Research and Development. “MIOX’s AOP technology will be able to solve numerous water treatment challenges at a lower cost per gallon and with less environmental impact.”
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