Ozone for Water Sanitation

Ozone for Water Sanitation

Ozone has already been widely used in Europe for many years, both to treat water and disease (in particular CANCER). Ozone is the ONLY oxidizer that can meet drinking water standards by eliminating such contaminants as cryptosporidium and breaking down, removing things such as sex hormones (from urine - reclaimed water i.e., tap water), pharma drugs, and other harmful substances that chlorine can't eliminate.  Ozone is catching on in the USA, but most muni water is still treated with toxic chlorine, unfortunately.   

 

Ozone is also a useful method to inactivate harmful protozoa that form cysts. It also works well against almost all other pathogens.  Ozone is created "on-site" by bubbling the ozone into the water. Some of the advantages of ozone include the production of fewer dangerous by-products (LIKE CANCER CAUSING MUTANT MX CELLS) and the absence of taste and odor problems. Another advantage of ozone is that it leaves no residual disinfectant in the water.

 

Ozone has been used in drinking water plants since 1906 where the first industrial ozonation plant was built in France. The FDA has accepted ozone as being safe; and it is applied as an anti-microbiological agent for the treatment, storage, and processing of foods and the sanitation of municipal drinking water.

 

Why should you use our water ozonator to treat your water?  Most RO systems harbor mold and bacteria in the filters. It's a good idea to lightly ozonate your drinking water that is derived from a Reverse Osmosis System, just to play it safe.  Ozonated water is also a must-have if you eat veggies. Veggies contain pesticides, sometimes even bacteria that aren't killed by merely washing it down with tap water. Soaking your food in ozonated water will not only prolong the life of your fruits and veggies by killing the bacteria that causes food to break down, but it will also break down the harmful pesticides that harm your health. 

 

There are 101 health benefits to ozonated water, check out the "ozone therapy" link for more info. 

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