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Pharmaceutic Industry
The largest use of ozone is in the preparation of pharmaceuticals, synthetic lubricants, and other such organic compounds, in which it is used to sever carbon-carbon bonds.

Water Treatment Plants
Many municipal drinking water systems use ozone instead of chlorine to kill bacteria.

Healthcare Facilities
Ozone is used as a disinfectant in hospital laundry facilities, nursing homes, and other places where infectious diseases are a concern.

Food Packaging Plants
Ozone is used against bacteria on food or on contact surfaces; to scrub yeast and mold spores from the air; to wash fresh fruits and vegetables; and to kill yeast, mold and bacteria in food processing or packaging plants.

Property Restoration
Ozone can be used effectively to deodorize objects and air after a fire or flood and is used extensively in fabric restoration.

Tomatoes treated with ozone show an increase in β-carotene, lutein and lycopene. Ozone will also kill insects in grain storage areas such as silos.

Paper Mills
Ozone is used as an alternative to chlorine or chlorine dioxide in the bleaching of wood pulp. It is often used in conjunction with oxygen and hydrogen peroxide to eliminate the need for chlorine- containing compounds in the manufacture of high-quality, white paper.

Ozone can facilitate organic breakdown. If nitrite levels in the water are high, nitrites will accumulate in the blood and tissues of fish, where it interferes with oxygen transport. Ozone added to recirculating systems can reduce nitrite levels by converting it into nitrate.



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