BioLargo Becoming The “Google” Of Water Treatment And Coming To The Rescue Of Oil & Gas. Agriculture, Mining And Municipal Water
Biolargo’s “AOS Filter” is advanced technology that was recently validated a second time in proof of concept testing at the University of Alberta. It was shown effective at dismantling recalcitrant contaminants (napthenes 1,4 dioxane, etc) in seconds versus hours, and, at 1/20th the power consumption of the nearest competitor, making it the most cost-effective technology in just about every water industry segment.
AOS is not just a filter. AOS is not just a chemical reaction. AOS is not just an electrical reaction. AOS Filter is an electro-chemical reactor using advanced filtration to decontaminate water and make it safe and usable.
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“AOS Filter” will soon make it possible to increase oil sands and fracking production because it solves the wastewater problems with ultra high speed and ultra low cost.
The “AOS Filter” will also dramatically upgrade all municipal water systems, as well as clean the toxic wastewater from agriculture, mining and industry. AOS is a major breakthrough in clean water technology and is expected to be commercial within 12 months.
AOS can save permitting time in mining because it will eliminate toxic tailings and wastewater ponds.
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Toxic wastewater is the biggest obstacle to increasing oil production and the BioLargo (BLGO) AOS Filter solves the problem faster and at lower cost by a huge margin. The AOS Filter has been proven by the University of Alberta to decontaminate wastewater tailings from oil sands and fracking at 1/20th the cost of the cheapest competitor and at massively high rates of flow that can treat the water in seconds versus hours.
These are very simple and inexpensive units to build so I would expect to see them everywhere in the next year.