Aqueous ozone (the process of turning water into a powerful cleaner) has been used commercially for over a century and is now widely used to sanitize drinking water, fresh produce, beverage bottles, swimming pools and surgical instruments.
Because of its power, purity and regulatory approvals, aqueous ozone is the sanitizer of choice for the bottled water industry.
Aqueous ozone complies with strict industry standards and has been thoroughly tested by a number of agencies:
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