Saw this on the web today, www.ceswaterquality.com/truoxpart1.pps , the second part is also available.
Anyone heard of this peroxolyte product by truoxdirect.com? Apparently it's a patented product , EPA approved, and when added to water, "peroxolytes hydrolyze and become unstable. The peroxolyte undergoes a process of lysis whereby it decomposes at its oxygen bonds. This process destabilizes the electron balance of the molecule causing an electron shift, resulting in the formation of a highly energized (3100 mV) organic scavenging radical."
They also mention it significantly drops the CYA through oxidation, anyways I don't have much more info, I'm just sharing what I have. (I tried a patent search but really couldn't find much).
I have no connections whatsoever with this, I'm just mentionning it for discussion purposes.