AOTech Process -Compounds Treated


Odor Compounds Hydrogen Sulfide Carbonyl Sulfide Dimethyl sulfide Ethyl methyl sulfide Dimethyl disulfide Terpenes Methyl mercaptan Ethyl mercaptan N-propyl mercaptan Tetrahydrothiophene Volatile fatty acid odors Volatile organic compounds Chemical Classes Alkenes Alkynes Phenols Benzene Rings Carboxylic Acids Aldehydes & Ketones Amines Halogenated Organics

Wastewater Process Applications


Wastewater Process Applications Headworks – Rapid reaction rate allows for influent to be treated with minimal contact time, often within WWPT property lines. Clarifiers- Treatment strategies to manage odor release from clarifier, influent, and effluent. Activated Sludge/Aeration Basins— Properly applied, process will benefit activated sludge performance while treating a range of target

Industrial Wastewater Treatment


Industries Served Pulp and Paper - Pulp mill effluent, paper mill effluent, foul condensate, crude tall oil underflow, crude sulfate turpentine underflow, fiber dewatering, bio solids dewatering, digester effluent, surge basins, aeration basins, dregs effluent, oil/water separator effluent, sequential batch reactors. Meat Processing – Effluent, aeration basins, dewatering, lagoons. Agricultural Processing –

Advanced Oxidation Process


AOTech Process The patented AOTech process, best characterized as a modified Fenton’s reaction, combines a proprietary activator along with an oxidant, typically hydrogen peroxide, to generate hydroxyl radicals. Hydroxyl radicals possess unpaired electrons in the outer orbital shell which are capable of breaking complex chemical bonds to satisfy their need for electrochemical