• news & articles - ozone sanitation technologies

    NEWS & ARTICLES - OZONE SANITATION TECHNOLOGIES

    Ozone Sanitation Technologies, Inc. Telephone : 1-951-228-2151 email: info@ozonesanitation.com

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    Ozone air disinfection – Oxidation Technologies News

    Ozone levels used for sanitation should be chosen based upon the goals and requirements for this space, and the ambient conditions present. Reasonable levels of 5-10 ppm are commonly used. Higher levels are also possible. Keep in mind any natural rubber materials will be damaged by ozone use at high levels over long periods of time.

  • surface sanitation with ozone: a non-toxic, residue-free,

    Surface Sanitation with Ozone: A Non-toxic, Residue-free,

    Welcome to Oxidation Technologies - PH: (515)-635-5854 sickness and death from food contamination is careful surface sanitation. Ozone Industry News

  • reinvented toilets could provide safe sanitation for 2.5

    Reinvented Toilets Could Provide Safe Sanitation for 2.5

    An associate professor specializing in energy technologies, Yee is leading a $13.5 million effort funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to reinvent the toilet — technology that hasn’t changed much in more than a century. High pressure, heat, and control of liquids are essential to making a good cup of espresso.

  • opinion: mechanization of sanitation work is the way forward

    Opinion: Mechanization of sanitation work is the way forward

    By Dr. K Rajeswara Rao and V. Srinivas Chary Under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, the government has constructed 95 million toilets and reported that over 95% households have access to toilets. 70% of these toilets have been constructed using on-site sanitation technologies (septic tanks/leach pits) that would require periodic emptying and offsite treatment of human waste.

  • gates foundation commits $200 million for sanitation technologies

    Gates Foundation Commits $200 Million for Sanitation Technologies

    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in partnership with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and the China Chamber of International Commerce, development banks, donor governments, and corporations, has announced a major commitment to accelerate the commercialization and adoption of "disruptive" sanitation technologies.

  • toilets of the future must be designed with people in mind

    Toilets of the future must be designed with people in mind

    Many new sanitation technologies are being tested in the communities that are expected to be future customers. Science X Network offers the most comprehensive sci-tech news coverage on the web.

  • new istc fact sheet: aqueous ozone sanitation technology

    New ISTC fact sheet: Aqueous Ozone Sanitation Technology

    New ISTC fact sheet: Aqueous Ozone Sanitation Technology December 2, 2019 Laura B. Food and beverage manufacturing , Publications Leave a comment Download the document .

  • how mobile technology improves sanitation: research brief

    How mobile technology improves sanitation: Research brief

    Mobile technology in sanitation: What is possible Sanergy , a sanitation venture in Sub-Saharan Africa, has partnered with SweetSense , a low-cost remote monitoring technology enterprise. The result is a network of waterless toilets in urban slums that tell Sanergy’s waste collectors how full they are.

  • gates foundation commits $200 million for sanitation technologies

    Gates Foundation Commits $200 Million for Sanitation Technologies

    The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in partnership with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and the China Chamber of International Commerce, development banks, donor governments, and corporations, has announced a major commitment to accelerate the commercialization and adoption of "disruptive" sanitation technologies.

  • new brief on water and sanitation innovative technology

    New Brief on Water and Sanitation Innovative Technology

    Innovative Technology in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector Download This edition of the Global Challenges in Focus series explores the water supply aspect of water, sanitation and hygiene and highlights the role of technological innovation in relation to managing limited freshwater resources in situations of scarcity and/or

  • the new water technologies that could save the planet

    The new water technologies that could save the planet

    T he well was a transformative invention, though it is often overlooked. This source of freshwater, vital for the expansion of inland communities, dates back nearly 10,000 years – 3,000 years

  • fighting infectious disease the modern way - with robots

    Fighting infectious disease the modern way - with robots

    Sanitation Access Linked to Children's Growth and Health June 8, 2017 — An estimated 1 billion people in the world live without access to any type of sanitation facility, such as a toilet or