Compared to many competing technologies, AOS: (1) costs less to install and operate; (2) allows on-site water recycling and reuse, or safe discharge; (3) eliminates contaminants and pollutants existing systems can’t; (4) hits multiple different contaminant classes with one system, rather than requiring multiple technologies; and, (5) requires less space.
Since 2015, almost $4 million has been invested on research and development to create the BioLargo Water AOS. Funding has been primarily through industry and government partnerships.
Modular, compact and cost-effective, AOS succeeds where many existing technologies can't. In 2019, at a poultry processing facility pilot project, AOS-treated water met all local water re-use and discharge standards and adhered to standards of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The BioLargo Water team of Ph.D. scientists and engineers has created a breakthrough product. Now — with the technical support, marketing and finance resources, and more, of our parent company BioLargo, Inc. — AOS stands poised to enter the wastewater market.