Advanox is the advanced oxidation solution (AOP) by Van Remmen UV Technology. Advanox combines UV-C light with hydrogen peroxide to breakdown persistants micropollutants and pharmaceuticals effectively.
In collaboration with research and engineering partners, we are working on expansions of the AOP concepts that are currently used for reduction of TOC, cyanide, pesticides, medicine residue, X-Ray contrast liquids, and antibiotics. Thanks to this we have the ability to design a system in such a way that it will always have an optimal result in resolving your issue.
Advanced oxidation is used to break down pesticides in irrigation water in horticulture, to break down medicine residue in waste water or in water that is processed into drinking water and reducing organic matter (TOC) in process water, waste water, or ultra pure water. Advanced oxidation purifies water and results in no “disinfection by products”, like chlorine does.
Van Remmen UV Technology and Nouryon work together and combine expertise in the fight against pharmaceutical residues and other micropollutants in our wastewater. In this effective process we work with the combination of UV-C treatment process of Advanox™ and MicrOx™ hydrogen peroxide (H²O²).
The process was tested in the summer of 2019 at the Växjö wastewater treatment plant in Sweden for the removal of pharmaceuticals.
Affordable, robust and efficient removal of plant protection products with national Dutch (BZG) approval for discharge and 99,5% removal of Imidacloprid.
Innovative combination of Ozonation and UV-C light for superior removal of pharmaceuticals and contrast agents from their wastewater to unburden site and environment.
Efficient removal of micropollutants and sanitation of SWTP effluent on a key location in the water cycle with high positive impact on water quality, environment and surface water.
For less than 5 eurocent per cube of treated water more than 90% of micropollutants removed in a single step without by-products.
Robust and compact treatment that removes industrial pollutants without worries and reduces discharge cost. The easiest step to a greener process.
Compact, mobile and flexible. One or more sources with excesses in (micro)pollutants? With Advanox you have a mobile fleet that solves these quickly.
Improvement of water quality and ecological health in one quick and compact step. Pesticides, algae or (illegal)discharges; Advanox can help you.
Reduce bound chlorine, THM and (micro)pollutants in one simple compact step with added sanitation of your pool. Advanox is the next step in pool water treatment.
Cyanide removal as an alternative to classic wet chemical water treatmentMore info
Benzidine removal from groundwaterMore info
Removal of pharmaceuticals from drinking waterMore info
Removal of pharmaceuticals from waste water treatment plant
Removal of pharmaceuticals and micropollutants from several water flowsMore info
Removal of plant protection products from drainage water in a collective horticultural area.More info
Removal of plant protection products from drainage water in a collective horticultural area.
Swimming pools are always aspiring to have as good water quality as possible for their visitors. Continuous disinfection is a well-known necessity, but part of keeping good quality is also to avoid the build-up of contaminants due to savings in water supplementation, such as bound chlorine, halogenated organics and micropollutants.More info
Traditionally wet chemical processes are used to remove cyanide from water streams often with hypochlorite. These processes create potentially toxic compounds (AOX) and have a low sustainability score coupled with relatively high operational cost.More info
Increasing numbers of pesticides and other micro pollutants enter our water cycle with our waste water. Dutch horticulture is proven to give the highest yields per square meter couple with the lowest water and pesticide use in the entire world.More info
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