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Parkson Upgrades Water Disinfection System to Cut Costs at Hawaiian Water Recycling Plant

Parkson_General-6in4We are proud to announce that our exclusive partner, Parkson, has upgraded a water recycling facility in Hawaii with the MaximOS™ sodium hypochlorite generator on-site generation disinfection system that will deliver immediate savings in operating costs while maintaining the highest water quality standards.

John Deogracias, Parkson’s Commercial Leader for MaximOS said, “The three largest expenses for any plant are labor, power and chemicals.  The technology behind MaximOS is state of the art and allows for the most reliable and efficient means to support  the water recycling facility operator’s O&M budget.”

The Hawaiian water recycling facility is an award-winning site that serves a critical function on the island, by helping to preserve the state’s valuable drinking water supplies. The 13 million gallons/day facility relies on MaximOS and other technologies to facilitate irrigation by the municipal government and supply process water for a power plants and oil refinery water.

Read the full press release here.

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Wastewater Reuse Treatment for Industrial Water Reuse at Hawaii WWTP

The Honouliuli Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), located in Oahu, Hawaii, now utilizes four MIOX Vault H100 Self-Cleaning systems for wastewater reuse treatment.  The project was collaborated with MIOX exclusive partner, Parkson.  The 26 million gallons/day facility relies on MaximOS and other technologies to facilitate irrigation by the municipal government and supply process water for a power plants and oil refinery water.

The City and County of Honolulu owns and operates the Honouliuli WWTP, which is the regional wastewater treatment facility for the ‘Ewa district. The plant is located east of the former Naval Air Station Barbers Point and processes approximately 26 million gallons per day (mgd).


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Partner of the Quarter: Parkson Corporation

Parkson Corporation became the exclusive distributor for MIOX products to municipal water and wastewater customers in the United States and Canada in June 2011.  Under the private label MaximOS, Parkson incorporated MIOX on-site generation disinfection technology into their broad portfolio of innovative solutions for the water and wastewater treatment sectors. Only one-and-a-half years after signing the agreement, Parkson has emerged as one of MIOX’s most successful partnership agreements to date.



The MIOX generators sold under the Parkson MaximOS product line since June 2011 have a combined daily production capacity of more than 4500 Pounds of Free Available Chlorine (FAC), which is enough disinfectant to treat over 100 Million Gallons of water per day.  On track to continue this positive trend,  Parkson continues to actively develop and close new on-site generation projects and increase after-market service, system upgrades and parts sales for existing MIOX customers.

Parkson MaximOS


Parkson’s success can largely be attributed to continued efforts in:

  • Supporting and motivating their national representative network
  • Promoting MIOX at local, national and regional tradeshows
  • Developing sales and marketing literature and case studies, and placing articles in industry publications
  • Providing intensive technical and sales training for all involved members of their organization
  • Actively reaching out to existing customers to explore after-market opportunities

Some of their very recent major wins include:

  • 400 ppd system for a WTP in Honouliuli, HI
  • 1500 ppd system for a WTP in St. Charles, MO
  • 300 ppd system for a WWTP in York, NE

Parkson’s dedicated team has truly committed to expanding their OSG chemical installation base in North American water and wastewater treatment plants.

Congratulations for this success, Parkson, and thank you for your highly valued partnership.

Parkson HQ in Florida



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Mixed Oxidants show disinfection benefits for municipalities

“The most significant advantage over gas chlorination or hypochlorination is an ability to maintain chlorine residuals further along the water distribution system, due to better biofilm removal. Other noted advantages of mixed oxidants are ease of operation with self-cleaning electrolytic cell on-site generators, fewer safety issues in comparison to gas chlorination, and lower costs compared to purchasing hypochlorite in bulk.”

Read the full article:

Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine_Mixed oxidants show disinfection benefits for municipalities

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Cedar Knox Rural Water Project replaces chlorine gas with Mixed Oxidant Solution

Parkson – MIOX exclusive distributor for drinking and waste water treatment  in North America – demonstrates another success utilizing on-site generated Mixed Oxidant Solution over more traditional water treatment methods.
Read the full article as featured in Waste Water Digest, Onsite Mixed Oxidants in Cedar Knox.

  • Residual maintained through 392 miles of pipeline
  • Improved ability to hold residual leads to lower dose requirements (less than 2 mg/L)
  • Lowered formation of disinfection by-products including trihalomethanes (TTHMs)
  • Elimination of hazardous chlorine gas
  • Cells self-clean after 700 hours of operation; drastic reduction in operations and maintenance
  • Two 30 lb/day Mixed Oxidant Solution generators serve 3,500 people in northeast Nebraska

    Cedar Knox Rural Water Project

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