Complete oxidation of complex persistent organic pollutants using Advanced Electrolytic Oxidation

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The level of oxidation resistant chemicals found in fresh water sources around the World is increasing. These pollultants (referred to as Persistent Organic Toxins (POT); Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP); (EDC)) and Endocrino Disrupting Compounds (EDC)) are adversely affecting both wildlife and human embryos and fetuses (increasing the level of birth defects and autism). Standard mechanical filtration technologies (coagulation and reverse osmosis) cannot remove many of the most common EDC’s: many resist absorption by carbon and/or zeolite; and chemical oxidation (chlorine, ozone, bromide) can actually create more resistant and environmentally hazardous chemical compounds then the original form due to the inability to break the strong electromagnetic bond between the various elements (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, chioride, etc).

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