Iran Unveils World's Largest Ozone Reactor for Advanced Drinking Water Treatment

Iran's Vice-President for Science and Technology, Ruhollah Dehghani Firouzabadi, revealed that the country has successfully developed the world's largest ozone reactor.

Iran (IMNA) - This state-of-the-art domestic device is designed to generate ozone nanobubbles for the treatment of drinking water. With a capacity to serve 320,000 people, the ozone reactor combines various products to effectively eliminate taste and odor issues in water. This significant achievement showcases Iran's expertise in advanced water treatment technology.

Iran Races Against Time to Address Severe Water Shortage Crisis

In a bid to combat its alarming water shortage, Iran is taking urgent measures to tackle the issue head-on. With one of the highest rates of water depletion globally, the country is expected to experience a staggering 25 percent decline in surface water runoff by 2030, according to recent studies.

To address this imminent crisis, Iranian authorities have been actively engaged in multiple projects aimed at conserving water consumption in industrial sectors. Additionally, they are exploring state-of-the-art seawater desalination plans as part of their comprehensive approach to resolving the water scarcity challenge.

By implementing these initiatives, Iran aims to optimize water usage and ensure the efficient management of its limited water resources. The utilization of advanced technologies, such as ozone nanobubbles, which have a large surface area facilitating more effective dissolution of ozone gas in liquids, can significantly enhance water treatment and disinfection processes.

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