Symbios Technologies

  • Advanced oxidation process (AOP) based on plasma oxidation research initially done at Colorado State University to treat industrial wastewater without chemicals; specialized in a 6-log to 7-log removal of bacteria and currently handles a chemical oxygen demand (COD) strength of greater than 1...

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