Roxia Environmental Technologies offer flexible solutions for industrial wastewater treatment. Together with our partner network, we have access to state-of-the-art technologies and vast expertise in water and wastewater processes.
Roxia Plasma Oxidizer™ is a non-thermal plasma technology for industrial wastewater purification. Plasma-generated oxidants effectively remove colour, odour and organic residues while disinfecting the water. Our water treatment flagship is the world’s first direct plasma oxidation system.
Effective plasma oxidation disinfects water
Roxia Plasma Oxidizer turns direct plasma oxidation into an industrial product. The design ensures a very large plasma-water contact area and offers efficient removal of pollutants from water. Its robust reactor core tolerates the introduction of difficult wastewaters and requires no air pre-treatment or compressors to produce and deliver the oxidants to the water. The reactor core is made of stainless steel and there are no moving parts, which makes Roxia Plasma Oxidizer truly a low-maintenance system. The plasma electrodes are not corroded by the process and the hydrodynamic design provides a very high plasma-water contact surface area.
Plasma destroys 90-99 % pharmaceutical residues from the hospital wastewaters
Roxia Plasma Oxidizer aims to destroy 90-99 % of pharmaceutical residues from the hospital wastewaters. With this installation, Roxia is the trailblazer on a global scale as this will be the first-of-a-kind on the planet! The system will degrade pharmaceuticals before the hospital sewage enters the public sewer network and the concentrations are diluted. The project has been confirmed for a hospital in Finland.
Circular economy: reuse industrial wastewater
Once treated appropriately, industrial wastewater can be reused onsite. Such opportunities are easily overlooked and require careful learning of the plant operation and the processes where water is used. Roxia experts can review these opportunities and help reduce the amount of spent and discharged waters.