APTwater’s solutions are used for the treatment of drinking water, groundwater, process water, and industrial wastewater and address many different types of treatment applications including disinfection, denitrification, destruction of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and microcontaminants, the removal of odor, taste and color-causing contaminants, and much more.
HiPox Case: Wichita
Based on the results from the pilot test on water representing “worst-case” conditions, the City of Wichita authorized APCI’s construction of a 30 million gallon per day (MGD) surface water treatment using HiPOx technology. The plant is designed to meet Primary Drinking Water Standards’ (PDWS) maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) as required by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE).
APTwater’s PulseOx® AOP technology was selected for the remediation of gasoline release at a former car dealership in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pilot testing at the site successfully demonstrated >75% reduction in contaminated area and source area MTBE concentrations in three months. Overall, the PulseOx remediation project is expected to fully remediate the entire contaminant plume in 12-18 months allowing redevelopment of the property.
APTwater has worked with the Cucamonga Valley Water District (CVWD) to identify water wells within the CVWD's service area that had been shut down and out-of-service due to severe nitrate contamination. After highlighting a single well for treatment, APT partnered with the CVWD to install the first commercial-scale system with ARoNite technology.