Ray® has the capability to breakdown concentrated organics and chemical oxygen demand in runoff and residual leachate to effectively remediate landfill waste.
The system has demonstrated a 30 to 50% reduction on propylene glycol solutions, making it an economical alternative to remediation of runoff from airports and other cold weather facilities.
Ray® has shown breakdown rates of 40% with a one time pass on fluids with fuel contamination.
Using heat and UV, Ray® can easily reduce the biological oxygen demand of brewing, winery and other high BOD and COD processing effluents at industrial sites.
Initial tests using the Ray® system on groundwater contaminated with PFOA has indicated ability to break a portion of the acid chains in PFOA and PFAS. Additional testing is scheduled with advanced catalysts that should allow the system to cleave fluorine from the molecular structure of these effluents.
Data on these effluents was collected from company funded research and testing performed by Oregon State University
Data also collected from Specialty Analytical, an environmental and analytical testing laboratory based in Clackmas, OR