Mop Water Treatability


Courtesy of Integrated Engineers Inc.

The samples were tested at our facility on Thursday, March 20, 2003. Visually the samples were a homogeneous mixture of mop water, oil, and metals. The initial pH was 10.5 and the conductivity was 7,500 μS.
The sample was ozonated at a setting of 35% of capacity (35% of 3.9 gm/hour) or 1.37 gm/hour in the stabilization column for 12 hours. There appeared to be very little separation of oils from the mixture although there was noticeable decrease in the water viscosity (surface tension) indicating the effect of the ozonation process. Post ozonation pH was 10.5 and the conductivity was 6,621 μS (a drop of 879 μS).

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