BlueInGreen and its partners, Pinnacle Ozone Solutions and PCI Inc., suppliers of ozone process technology and equipment, announced that they have been selected to provide a new ozone system for the City of Fayetteville Paul R. Noland Wastewater Treatment.
The new ozone disinfection system will feature BlueInGreen’s patented HyDOZ gas dissolution technology, Pinnacle Ozone’s Zenith ozone generator systems, and PCI Gases’ DOCS-500 on-site oxygen generator systems, to provide the industry’s most compact and energy efficient ozone treatment and disinfection solution.
Overall, the system will have the industry’s highest ozone transfer efficiency at over 40% lower energy and operating cost than competing conventional technology.
In 2012, the City of Fayetteville launched a project to further improve the treated water quality from its Noland Wastewater Treatment facility.
“The city looked at many different technologies that could handle the natural variations in flow and disinfection dose required at the treatment plant,” said Billy Ammons with the city’s consultant CH2M HILL.
“BlueInGreen is extremely pleased to have been selected for the Noland project for the city of Fayetteville,” said Clete Brewer, CEO, “as it validates all the hard work our team has put into commercializing this extremely innovative technology that has been developed right here at the University of Arkansas.”
“We are also very pleased to work with other technology leaders such as Pinnacle and PCI Gases to deliver the most innovative and cost-effective solutions available,” Brewer added.
Pilot testing at the site demonstrated that BlueInGreen’s HyDOZ gas dissolution system combined with Pinnacle Ozone’s Zenith ozone generator platforms provide well over 99% efficiency, and peak energy efficiency under all the varying flow rates of the water treatment facility.
“We are very pleased to see that a local company is providing industry-leading water treatment technology that helps us achieve both our water quality and financial goals. I am very excited to see the level of teamwork and collaboration that city staff, our consultants CH2M HILL, BlueInGreen, Pinnacle, and PCI Gases have provided to make our project a success,” said Mayor Lioneld Jordan.