What are the Emerging contaminants?
The removal of developing pollutants from waste streams has become a hot concern. Although the harmful impacts of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have been widely established, there is still much to learn about these contaminants and how to eliminate them.
Traditional approaches haven't been totally successful in removing them. Advanced oxidation techniques, on the other hand, can produce adequate deterioration (AOPs). When conducting an in-depth comparison, a variety of elements must be examined; as a result, process engineering, environmental, economic, and social criteria are all taken into account.
The fast expansion of manufacturing businesses around the world has resulted in an increase in industrial toxins entering our freshwater treatment systems, as well as an increase in air emissions such as CO2 and other pollutants.
Some of these toxins, such as the PFAS family of chemicals, need to be treated. Thus, many waste water treatment companies such as Netsol Water Solutions are utilized in the production of a wide range of water treatment equipment in order to aid the environment and the people who live there by doing every feasible action that is beneficial to the environment. Without intervention, these substances will remain in our environment indefinitely.
Recognizing that industrial chemicals such as PFAS and other new pollutants are increasingly contaminating water supplies, posing a threat to both environmental and human health, the team at NWS can provide a helping hand to tackle the problem head-on.
However, given the scope and magnitude of the challenge, we understand that a traditional strategy would be insufficient, and we need to think outside the box to tackle it effectively. Our novel strategy combines modern oxidation technologies with particular existing water treatment methods, resulting in a far more efficient means of eliminating harmful industrial compounds like PFAS from wastewater and drinking water.
Advanced oxidation technique
The advanced oxidation water treatment systems from NWS use treatment technologies to accelerate the rate of oxidation, providing a cost-effective, compact, modular solution for treating persistent industrial pollutants like PFAS, as well as other pathogens and emerging contaminants in these water sources.
These cutting-edge water treatment technologies may be adapted for industrial water treatment applications, allowing them to be used to treat wastewater in a variety of sectors. It can also be utilized by small/medium-sized municipal drinking water treatment plants to ensure that the drinking water supplied to consumers is free of dangerous contaminants that appear to be prevalent in today's environment.
Our goal is to help businesses, governments, water managers, and other key stakeholders to enhance the quality of water in freshwater and wastewater systems around the world. The new frontier in preventing PFAS, GenX, and other dangerous chemicals from entering the food we eat and the water we drink is emerging technology.
We can battle the consequences of climate change and new toxins by enhancing environmental health and ensuring that communities across India have access to clean water.