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Xylem is a leader in water reuse solutions and continues that commitment with a new system that harnesses chemical oxidation and biological treatment. Xylem unveils new treatment system for potable reuse By: DWR Xylems Leopold Oxelia is a multi-barrier system that deploys ozone oxidation to break down organic carbon into material that can be digested by naturally occurring microbes that are attached to a fixed-bed filter. The aerobic biological treatment of the partially oxidized organic carbon leads to complete destruction of total organic carbon, trace contaminants, and oxidation by-products to produce safe and reliable biologically-stable, treated water with no taste or odour issues, according to Xylem. Oxelia incudes a centralized control system which optimizes the biofilter operation based on ozone dosage and effluent water quality, optimizing the backwash sequencing and biological activity in real time said the manufacturer. To read the rest of this article, visit DWR.
Xylem was recently honored for providing solutions that help address the worlds most challening water issues. Xylem is recognized for commitment to water reuse By: Water Technology RYE BROOK, N.Y. - Xylem was recognized at the WateReuse Research Foundations 19th Annual Water Reuse Desalination Research Conference for the companys commitment to water reuse research and developing innovative water reuse solutions, according to a press release. Xylems water reuse technology is being implemented at wastewater treatment sites around the world, stated the release. WateReuse is proud to honor and recognize Xylem for its leadership and support, said WateReuse Research Foundation Executive Director Melissa Meeker. The partnership between Xylem and the WateReuse Research Foundation is developing tools and resources to help build a secure water future. The WateReuse Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization with a mission to advance the science of water reuse, reclamation and recycling