Surface water is known to have a direct impact on the environment and, therefore, its composition contains dissolved and suspended colloidal impurities, bacteria, viruses, algae, sand, clay and pesticides, etc.
Groundwater is harder than surface water, but it contains less organic matter and other impurities. Therefore, it does not need significant treatment to achieve acceptable drinking water quality. However, groundwater may contain unacceptable levels of dissolved iron and manganese, which should be oxidized to solids for disposal.
We know that you may experience large seasonal variations, which may require the use of different products or product combinations to achieve the quality of your drinking water in the end.
With the help of our engineers’ extensive experience in the field, we can optimize our water purification processes and increase the efficiency of our treatment plants.