Mexico City starts up ozone facilities

Ozonia North America and Ozono Polaris completed the first phase start-up of the first two of four ozone facilities in Mexico City for drinking water treatment.

Ozonia North America and Ozono Polaris completed the first phase start-up of the first two of four ozone facilities in Mexico City for drinking water treatment.

The City of Mexico awarded a contract to Ozono Polaris of Puebla, Mexico for the supply, installation and start-up of ozonation equipment to treat poor quality well water at four potable water treatment plants in the southeast sector of the city.

The US company Ozonia North America, based in Elmwood Park, New Jersey, supplied ozone generators with a total ozone production capacity of 561 kg/day from oxygen generated on-site.

Well water in this quarter of the city contains hydrogen sulphide, organic colour and dissolved minerals.

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