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                            Ex-situ Soil and Groundwater Treatment

                            ExSitu Soil and Groundwater Treatment with H2O2

                            UV-Oxidation utilizing ultraviolet light and an oxidant such as hydrogen peroxide is a proven technology for the treatment of environmental contaminants including MIB, geosmin, NDMA and various pharmaceuticals. 

                            UV-Oxidation is a photochemical reaction involving the irradiation of hydrogen peroxide with UV light. This creates strongly oxidizing hydroxyl radicals that oxidize the contaminant, breaking the bonds between the molecules, and reducing the potentially harmful chemical to its safe, elemental components.

                            USP Technologies partners with our parent company, Trojan Technologies, for these types of applications.  We welcome you to review the following link and brochure for more information.

                            Learn more about UV-Oxidation

                            Download Introduction to UV-Oxidation Brochure (PDF)


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