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Thank you to Chart Industries for becoming a Platinum Sponsor and their continued support of IOA activities! Please visit their website for more information: https://www.chartindustries.com/.
Thank you to Xylem for becoming a Silver Sponsor and their continued support of IOA activities! Please visit their website for more information: https://www.xylem.com/en-us/.
IOA-PAG is excited to announce a new webinar series from the Rookie Ozone Professional, Enthusiast, and Students (ROPES) Committee. This first webinar in the Learning the ROPES series will focus on networking skills and engagement on LinkedIn. Jim Lauria will share tips for water professionals on “How to Stand Out on LinkedIn.” Abby Momorella will moderate the session. This webinar is free to all and is at 8 am PST on Thursday, November 19. For more information and to register, please visit ROPES Webinar Series.
The most recent edition of Ozone News is now available in flipbook format!
The International Ozone Association (IOA) is committed to the safe use of ozone. With that pledge in mind, the IOA-PAG Municipal Committee developed a FREE online training video for those working with ozone and related oxygen feed gas systems. The examples highlighted in the presentation are from municipal water treatment facilities, but the hazards and safety practices shown are relevant to many applications.
2020-09-15_IOA-PAG PR_Oxygen _ Ozone Safety Training.pdf
Recent article titled "Ozone Industry Sets Its Sights on Industrial Applications" by IOA-PAG Executive Committee Member Jim Lauria highlights the use of ozone for industrial applications like clean-in-place (CIP) systems, laundry, pulp and paper, and mining. Visit the Water Conditioning & Purification International website to hear more about these applications and the benefits of joining IOA!
The IOA is supporting a team of researchers at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada for a COVID-19 related study. The project is for a wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) approach that involves investigating whether wastewater testing for coronavirus signatures can be leveraged as an early detection biomarker to assess community spread of the disease. The study is to assess the variation in the virus loads throughout the treatment train and how different disinfectants, such as ozone, can potentially inactivate these pathogens, and the implications to surface water, if any.
The IOA will participate in the Project Advisory Committee to maintain knowledge of the project and to provide expertise to assist in the success of this important project. Click HERE for more details.
Click HERE for a special thank you to our drinking water professionals from the IOA International President. Thank you for all your efforts through this epidemic!
The IOA has released a statement (Click HERE) regarding the use of ozone technology during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. For additional scientific information, please be advised that ScienceDirect is offering Open Access to emerging research related to Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and related viruses at the following link: www.sciencedirect.com.
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