From Yesterday to Today, Oxygen Continues to Play a Key Role in Water Treatment

From Yesterday to Today, Oxygen Continues to Play a Key Role in Water Treatment

Oxygen has played a key role in the treatment of drinking water and wastewater for over 40 years. The estimated current global consumption of oxygen in these applications is around 15,000 tons per day. In the US, about 20 percent of municipal drinking water and 50 percent of municipal wastewater ...

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