Solar Detoxifiers Mason City IA

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Landfill of North Iowa
(641) 357-5452
15942 Killdeer Avenue
Clear Lake, IA

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Good News Recycling
(641) 423-4993
16585 245th St
Mason City, IA
 
Mason City Recycling Ctr
(641) 423-1531
16585 245TH St
Mason City, IA
 
Mason City Recycling Center
(641) 423-1531
16615 245th St
Mason City, IA
 
Worth County Recycle Ctr
(641) 845-2200
4125 Pheasant Ave
Kensett, IA
 
Cartridge Recyclers
(641) 424-0754
27 25th St SW
Mason City, IA
 
West Park Appl & Recycling
(641) 494-2466
219 N Jackson Ave
Mason City, IA
 
Alter Metal Recycling
(641) 423-2155
2200 S Pierce Ave
Mason City, IA
 
North Iowa Redemption Center
(641) 210-5315
514 N Monroe Ave
Mason City, IA
 
Wood Roofing Company
(515) 244-2711
5225 NE 17th Street
Des Moines, IA
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Solar Detoxification

Solar energy is useful in many different ways. In some industrial and other processes, sunlight is used to detoxify water or air. Solar energy is free heat that can be used to heat water or air to a proper temperature where chemicals are neutralized.

This process takes two basic forms, similar to the two basic forms of solar energy used: solar photovoltaics and solar thermal.

One process uses photochemical reactions where ultra-violet light from the sun is absorbed by chemicals. These chemicals in turn cause a reaction.

Some photocatalysts are hydrogen peroxide, Ferrioxalate and Titanium Dioxide. For example, hydrogen peroxide (still commonly used as an antiseptic) reacts with ultra-violet rays, forming hydroxyl radicals that can rapidly destroy contaminants.

Another process is called thermal reactions. Here, heat is collected and concentrated in conjunction with themalcatalysts, various chemicals that react with the sunlight to create more heat. These thermalcatalysts are aided by solar collectors that concentrate sunlight (sometimes into an oxidation chamber), thus raising water to a very high temperature.

Solar energy can also be used to clean the air. Airborne contaminants are destroyed by a reaction between ultraviolet light and Titanium Dioxide (TiO2).

Air can also be heated naturally to a temperature high enough to destroy pathogens and other contaminants. This is used in processes including indoor air treatment, deodorizing, air disinfe...

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