HiPOx successfully treated elevated 1,4-Dioxane, TCE, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to below detection limits stemming from Long Island, NY chemical plume.
HiPOx achieved and beat all 1,4-Dioxane and TCE-contaminated groundwater treatment goals at the New Brighton/Arden Hills EPA Superfund Site with controlled bromate formation.
HiPOx proved to be the first technology to successfully reduce all targeted contaminants (including 1,4-Dioxane and other VOCs) at the City Industries EPA Superfund Site to below treatment specifications while also controlling bromate formation.
HiPOx simultaneously achieved atrazine destruction to below 3 ug/L, bromate control to below 10 ug/L, and a 4 to 5 reduction of poliovirus helping the City of Wichita’s Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) Project successfully and safely recharge groundwater.
HiPOx becomes the first AOP system approved and permitted by the California Department of Health Services (DHS) to completely eliminate MTBE contamination in drinking water as seen in in this South Tahoe Public Utility District case study.
HiPOx successfully treated elevated 1,4-Dioxane in a polyester manufacturing facility’s wastewater and is recognized for its efficient, lower cost destruction compared to competing technologies.