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Water Recycling and Reuse

HiPOx Is A Proven Solution For Water Reuse.                                           

HiPOx is the one of the most powerful AOP systems on the water reuse/disinfection market, and the best available technologies for water reuse. It is a highly efficient ozone-based advanced oxidation technology that produces reclaimed water accepted under the stringent California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Title 22 disinfection standards. HiPOx destroys trace contaminants such as EDCs and PPCPs while simultaneously removing odor and color. The key to APTwater’s Decentralized Water Reuse solution is our compact footprint and treatment efficiency.

In contrast to UV and chlorine disinfection systems, HiPOx destroys trace contaminants and meets the most stringent disinfection standards while simultaneously removing odor and color to provide the safest and most aesthetically pleasing reuse water. Additionally, HiPOx is more economical and sustainable than UV-AOP or Reverse Osmosis.

APTwater has successfully developed HiPOx solutions around the world, including signature projects in Singapore, Miami, Reno, Las Vegas, Wichita, and Albuquerque.

HiPOx Key Features

  • Powerful Ozone and Advanced Oxidation Chemistry
  • Title 22 Disinfection
  • Destroys Trace Organics (EDCs, PPCPs), Micropollutants, and Odor/Color
  • Pre-Engineered Packaged Treatment Solutions – Plug and Play, Minimal Installation Costs
  • Easily Integrated with other Treatment Technologies for a Complete WRF
  • Treated at both Point of Waste and Point of Reuse to Reduce Infrastructure Outlay
  • Turnkey Services available including Design-Build, System Integration, and O&M
  • Service Contracts Available including DBOOM, Monthly Fees, or Water by the Gallon

Water Reuse Application



High Value Application Include:

  • AOP Destruction of atrazine
  • Achieves 50 log disinfection.
  • Bromate control to < 3 ug/l
  • HiPOx process allows intermittent operation during high-flow periods
  • Consistent performance from widely varying influent quality
  • More efficient and cost effective than GAC or UV.
  • AOP process is unaffected by turbidity and other water quality parameters