By depressing and pressurizing ozone gas, microscopic bubbles attack oil making it filterable by sand. What happens is the tiny bubbles create a lot of surface area allowing the oxygen in the O3 to react with the oil as well as organic toxins in water and soil. It has proven to be around 83% percent effective in removing oil and 99% effective in removing turbidity. This process is yet to be used in a large scale operation.
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