Looking for an alternative water well treatment solution that completely destroys & mineralizes high 1,4-Dioxane, iron & manganese levels at a fraction of the cost & energy use?

If you’ve answered “yes”, you’ve come to the right place. At APT Water, we’re a unique team of engineers and scientists with over 100 combined years of advanced oxidation experience in the chemical processing industry – including 30 years of successfully treating 1,4-Dioxane at over 100 installations. But we know 1,4-Dioxane is just one of the problems you and other Long Island water districts face when it comes to problematic contaminants in your well water. We also know how to simultaneously treat high iron and manganese levels and we effectively treat it all…

• At half the operational cost of UV AOP systems
• Using a fraction of the energy
• Without requiring pre-treatment to remove contaminants like iron and manganese
• Producing no residual waste
• Limiting bromate formation
• And eliminating any possibility of discharging untreated water

Whether you have a difficult well contaminant situation that exceeds or is nearing the current MCL or you’re facing operational challenges with your current treatment solution, we can help.

How do we do it? - Introducing HiPox


The First Step to Solving Your Water Headaches

We may be late to the game in Long Island but that doesn’t mean we don’t have the right solution for the most challenging wells. And we back it with the expertise and installations required to guarantee success with you. We’re also in permit discussions with the New York Department of Health who have now seen first-hand how cost effective HiPOx can be compared to other treatment systems.

If you’d like to learn more about our alternative treatment solution and the work we’ve started on Long Island, please complete the web form on the right and we’ll be sure to get back to you to discuss the first step working together… bench testing 5 gallons of your water in our labs. That or call us today at (925) 267-9833!

Want to learn more about an alternative way to solve your toughest contaminant well water challenges? We’d love to hear from you!

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