Water Treatment Services (WTP)
Groundwater & Brackish water and seawater
Most drinking water comes from groundwater. The treatment of drinking water involves a number of different processes. Flocculation is a process of wastewater and drinking
water treatment that reduces existing turbidity.
Nanofiltration (NF) functions similarly to reverse osmosis, but is generally targeted to remove only divalent and larger ions. Monovalent ions such as sodium and chloride will pass through a nanofiltration membrane, therefore many of its uses involve de-salting of the process stream
Seawater desalination is defined as the attainment of drinking water or process water from seawater by reducing the salt content.
Reverse osmosis (RO) membranes feature the smallest pores and involve, appropriately enough, the reversal of osmotic pressure in order to drive water away from dissolved molecules.
Ultrafiltration (UF) is a pressure-driven process that removes emulsified oils, metal hydroxides, colloids, emulsions, dispersed material, suspended solids, and other large molecular weight materials from water and other solutions. UF membranes are characterized by their molecular weight cut-off.
Wastewater treatment Services
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