Chlorine dioxide is effective in destroying odor causing and corrosive compounds in waste water streams. Several examples are:
Sewage and Waste Water: ClO2 is an excellent solution to the problem of odor and biofilm control in stacks and scrubbers in waste treatment facilities.
Grey and Black Water—Waste water produced aboard ships must be treated prior to discharge.
Ballast Water—ClO2 can be used for biofilm control in the water and head spaces aboard ships.
Hydraulic Fracturing process water--ClO2 is used extensively in the oil patch to oxidize contaminants and take harmful pathogens our of process water that is recycled for down hole fracturing.