Ecosphere Technologies, Inc.

Introducing the
Ozonix® Sentinel

Introducing
the Ozonix®
Sentinel

The world’s first non-chemical water treatment solution for cleaning up endangered rivers and lakes of the world. Designed around Ecosphere’s multi-patented and proven Ozonix® water treatment technology, the Sentinel is the first water treatment vessel of its kind to be able to treat high-volumes of water in rivers, lakes, lagoons and estuaries that have been contaminated as a result of manmade and natural events.

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Endangered Rivers
& Lakes of the World

Rivers and lakes all over the world are contaminated as a result of manmade and natural events. They are facing urgent threats and Ecosphere Technologies has the solution to make a difference. These bodies of water are the lifeline of our ecosystem and are the only water supplies we will ever have as a population. We must take action before it’s too late.


Ganges River

India & Bangladesh


The Ganges, not only India’s longest river but also one of its most sacred, has come under attacks from a number of different angles. Chemical pollution, sewage dispersal and rising levels of salt are an everyday threat to the 40 million people who live along the river basin and the numerous wildlife species (including the endangered Ganges river dolphin) that also call it home.

Harpeth River

Tennessee, United States


Nearly 60% of the entire length of the Harpeth River is impaired, along with 37% of its more than 1000 miles of tributary streams. The river’s impairment is caused by dangerously low levels of dissolved oxygen driven by high concentrations of nutrients – particularly phosphorus – that fuel oxygen-hungry algal blooms that can lead to toxic conditions. Primary sources of nutrient pollution include treated sewage effluent and stormwater runoff.

Indian River Lagoon

Florida, United States


Salinity levels in the St. Lucie Estuary and Indian River Lagoon are now at critically low levels, toxic algae blooms have shut down the use of the lagoon and oyster beds along with native seagrass are dying. More importantly, the oxygen levels of the lagoon are critically low, at levels similar to the Dead Sea, leaving all species at risk.

Indus River

Pakistan, India & China


The Indus River also called Sindhu River is one of the longest rivers in Asia. It flows through Pakistan, the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir and Gujarat, and western Tibet (China).negatively affecting the local wildlife, particularly the dwindling number of endangered Indus River dolphins.

Onondaga Lake

New York, United States


Ammonia and phosphorus are the most prevalent nutrients in the Onondaga Lake, they appear in such high levels because of human waste that was dumped into Onondaga Lake with little or no treatment. Excessive amounts of these nutrients lead to algae growth in the lake. These algal blooms used mass quantities of oxygen choking out fish and plants, especially in the deeper portions of the lake. Without oxygen in these parts of the lake, cold-water fish cannot survive.

Potomac River

Mid-Atlantic, United States


Beginning in the 19th century, with increasing mining and agriculture upstream and urban sewage and runoff downstream, the water quality of the Potomac River deteriorated. The aquatic habitat of the Potomac River and its tributaries remain vulnerable to eutrophication, heavy metals, pesticides and other toxic chemicals, over-fishing, alien species, and pathogens associated with fecal coliform bacteria and shellfish diseases.

Yangtze River

China


Along the Yangtze, decades of heavy industry, damming and sediment from land conversion and farming (especially pig and fish farming) have made this among the most polluted river basins in the world – and it’s become worse as China’s economy develops.

Endangered Rivers
& Lakes of the World

Rivers and lakes all over the world are contaminated as a result of manmade and natural events. They are facing urgent threats and Ecosphere Technologies has the solution to make a difference. These bodies of water are the lifeline of our ecosystem and are the only water supplies we will ever have as a population. We must take action before it’s too late.

Ganges River

India & Bangladesh


The Ganges, not only India’s longest river but also one of its most sacred, has come under attacks from a number of different angles. Chemical pollution, sewage dispersal and rising levels of salt are an everyday threat to the 40 million people who live along the river basin and the numerous wildlife species (including the endangered Ganges river dolphin) that also call it home.

Harpeth River

Tennessee, United States


Nearly 60% of the entire length of the Harpeth River is impaired, along with 37% of its more than 1000 miles of tributary streams. The river’s impairment is caused by dangerously low levels of dissolved oxygen driven by high concentrations of nutrients – particularly phosphorus – that fuel oxygen-hungry algal blooms that can lead to toxic conditions. Primary sources of nutrient pollution include treated sewage effluent and stormwater runoff.

Indian River Lagoon

Florida, United States


Salinity levels in the St. Lucie Estuary and Indian River Lagoon are now at critically low levels, toxic algae blooms have shut down the use of the lagoon and oyster beds along with native seagrass are dying. More importantly, the oxygen levels of the lagoon are critically low, at levels similar to the Dead Sea, leaving all species at risk.

Indus River

Pakistan, India & China


The Indus River also called Sindhu River is one of the longest rivers in Asia. It flows through Pakistan, the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir and Gujarat, and western Tibet (China).negatively affecting the local wildlife, particularly the dwindling number of endangered Indus River dolphins.

Onondaga Lake

New York, United States


Ammonia and phosphorus are the most prevalent nutrients in the Onondaga Lake, they appear in such high levels because of human waste that was dumped into Onondaga Lake with little or no treatment. Excessive amounts of these nutrients lead to algae growth in the lake. These algal blooms used mass quantities of oxygen choking out fish and plants, especially in the deeper portions of the lake. Without oxygen in these parts of the lake, cold-water fish cannot survive.

Potomac River

Mid-Atlantic, United States


Beginning in the 19th century, with increasing mining and agriculture upstream and urban sewage and runoff downstream, the water quality of the Potomac River deteriorated. The aquatic habitat of the Potomac River and its tributaries remain vulnerable to eutrophication, heavy metals, pesticides and other toxic chemicals, over-fishing, alien species, and pathogens associated with fecal coliform bacteria and shellfish diseases.

Yangtze River

China


Along the Yangtze, decades of heavy industry, damming and sediment from land conversion and farming (especially pig and fish farming) have made this among the most polluted river basins in the world – and it’s become worse as China’s economy develops.

Features & Benefits

High Volume

A single Ozonix® Sentinel has the ability to process thousands of gallons of contaminated water per minute - enriching lakes and rivers with a highly oxygenated fluid that is capable of destroying persistent algae blooms and highly resistant bacteria colonies.

Cost-Effective

The Ozonix® Sentinel is the most cost-effective, dynamic treatment solution for treating very large bodies of water and precious natural resources that have been contaminated as a result of excessive nutrient loading from agricultural runoff and industry generated wastewaters.

Environmentally Safe Oxidant

Ecosphere's patented Ozonix® technology produces highly reactive bacteria killing hydroxyl radicals (OH-). Hydroxyl radicals are important to water disinfection because they have a high oxidation potential of 2.80V, which is much higher than the most common disinfectants, Ozone (2.07 V) and Chlorine (1.36 V).

Scalable

Due to its high-volume, low-footprint configuration, Ecosphere’s patented Ozonix® technology can be scaled up and down to meet a wide range of volume requirements.

Versatile

The Ozonix® Sentinel has been designed utilizing a modular construction technique that allows Ecosphere to assemble a wide variety of different size configurations for different types of treatment scenarios.

Patented & Proven

Ecosphere's multi-patented Ozonix® technology is protected by 23 approved and pending United States patents and has been successfully proven on over 5 billion gallons of water treated to date.

Life Sustaining

Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP) measures the ability of a lake or river to cleanse itself or break down contaminants such as algae blooms, dead plants, animals waste byproducts and industrial pollution. In general, the higher the ORP value, the healthier the lake or river is. Ozonix® takes low ORP fluid (0-200) and turns it into a high ORP fluid (300-500) which in return brings lakes and rivers back to life.

12M Ozonix® Sentinel

Ecosphere Technologies' 12M water treatment vessel can process thousands of gallons of contaminated water per minute with this high-volume, low footprint configuration. This barge was designed utilizing a modular construction technique to treat a wide variety of scenarios.

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30M Ozonix® Sentinel

Ecosphere Technologies' 30M water treatment vessel can process thousands of gallons of contaminated water per minute treating very large bodies of water and precious natural resources that have been contaminated as a result of excessive nutrient loading from agricultural runoff and industry generated wastewaters.

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