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For water-pollution control, a combined method was used: in situ electrical discharges, ozonized oxygen flow, and a catalyst. The electrical discharges are formed in water, which is inside the ozonized oxygen bubbles. FeCl2 was used as a catalyst (0.25 mmol/L). The streamer discharges in the reactor (with a volume of 1.2 L) were produced with high-voltage pulses. The methylene blue degradation was analyzed from the absorption peak height at 665 nm. In the pollutant-destroying process, an energy efficiency of 9 g/kWh or 8 × 10-9 mol/J has been obtained.