The novel coronavirus has created an unprecedented impact all around the globe, creating a massive changes in human
behaviour across the planet. While doctors are doing their best to fight the virus, a recent study in Australia
creates an emphasis on additional care. Strains of COVID-19 has been found in wastewater tested from a
catchment in Australia.
K Vivekanandan, the managing director of
Faraday Ozone, feels that ozone technology
is the best possible solution for the treatment of
"It can be done with ease, requires no consumables, has low hazard rates and
less energy consumption and is time efficient. All these factors make it the best choice. Apart from disinfecting bacteria and virus,
Ozone drastically reduces the biological oxygen demand and
chemical oxygen demand levels, removes
odour and hence satisfies the treatment-related needs from both biological and chemical perspective," says
He adds, "Having been the leader in this space for the last
24 years and treating 15 trillion litres of water
every day, we have a range of ozone generators catering to the treatment needs of houses, massive power plants and
industrial units. We are present in over 50 countries.
Our aim is to contribute to the UN's sustainability
development goals in as many ways as possible using ozone technology.
It will be a long, but a fulfilling and an impactful journey."