Water Treatment

Water Treatment is a process that ends with purer and cleaner water. It is a method of making water safe and acceptable for human use and as well apt for other application through physical, chemical and biological filtration processes. The processes involve removal of contaminants such as solids, bacteria, algae, plants, inorganic compounds, and organic compound.

Why do we need to have our water undergo a treatment anyway? Basically, water is labeled as the universal fluid because of its ability to dissolve with any other substances. Its versatility is essential to all living organisms, especially to man. Contaminated water contains impurities which are harmful can make anyone’s health at risk. There are different methods to clean and purify water; one mean is by Reverse Osmosis. This process is said to be a very effective method of filtering water.

It is a method of producing pure water by forcing impure water through a semi-permeable membrane across which salts or impurities cannot pass. This method was first known to make sea water to pure water and safe to drink. In this water purification process, lead, heavy metals, chlorine and other contaminants are removed.

There are various benefits and use one can get in a water filtration procedure such drinking water purification, waste water purification, safe water for the food industry, water supply for the reef aquariums, for disinfection purposes and also making saltwater potable through the process of desalination and many others.