As the economy and urban population grows, more people live in buildings, and the quality of secondary water supply gets affected by deteriorating the health of an increasing number of individuals. As a result, reducing "drinking water contamination" is a big event that must not be overlooked! It is also the responsibility of water quality workers.
How does water quality affect individuals?
Water pollution directly affects the user's senses, producing nausea, vomiting, stomach distension, diarrhoea, and even sickness, jeopardizing human health.Furthermore, if the quality of the water flowing out of the water supply facilities is significantly lowered, it would certainly lead to faster corrosion of indoor pipes, polluting the water quality once more.
As a result, in light of the primary source of water supply pollution, we propose:
1: Increase preventive sanitation oversight in the design, construction, and completion acceptance of the secondary water supply systems to reduce the presence of hidden threats.
2: The materials used for water supply tanks in high-rise structures must fulfil sanitary standards for drinking water.
3: Appropriate protection and disinfection methods must be used to reduce secondary pollution.
4: The secondary water supply facility's management unit should establish a corresponding management system, appoint dedicated employees to manage it, conduct frequent water quality inspections, and clean and disinfect it on a regular basis. Managers, as well as cleaning and disinfection employees, must be health-certified.
5: The health supervision department should strengthen the supervision and inspection of the secondary water supply unit, and perform frequent inspections and evaluations of water quality to identify problems, make timely recommendations, and take preventative actions.
6: Do an excellent job of publicizing popular drinking water hygiene information, raising residents' understanding of personal hygiene protection, and preventing disease transmission through water.
7: Establish and improve sanitary management procedures for secondary water supply facilities, draught corresponding laws and regulations, and bring water supply work under legal supervision.
How can you solve the pollution of drinking water systems?
The necessity for science-based solutions for uncontaminated water provisioning leads to the development of a number of water treatment systems to address the issue. Of course, the appropriate technology is determined by raw water characteristics (i.e., the nature and extent of contamination), infrastructure (i.e., power, manpower, chemical availability), affordability/cost, and acceptance. Sedimentation or settling, boiling/distillation, chemical treatment (precipitation/coagulation/adsorbents), disinfection, and filtration are some popular water purification processes. The following are the methods and approaches for minimizing pollution:
1: Coagulation and precipitation
Precipitation is a method of extracting one or more chemicals from a solution by introducing reagents that cause insoluble particles to form. It is one of the most basic methods for purifying water. Chemicals are used to create particles that settle and remove pollutants from water. The purified water is reused, while the settling fraction is dewatered and discarded.
2: Water softening
Water hardness is caused by the presence of Ca/Mg in the form of carbonate, bicarbonate, chloride, and sulphate. The addition of the proper chemical generates precipitation and softens it.
It's a surface phenomenon and the result of surface energy. All of the bonding requirements of the material's constituent atoms are filled with other atoms. However, atoms on the adsorbent's surface are not completely surrounded by other adsorbent atoms, resulting in a physical attractive force.
4: Carbon Activated
The most often used adsorbent is activated carbon, which is quite similar to ordinary charcoal. Because of its porous nature, active carbon is really considerably more efficient. The porous feature is produced by subjecting carbon to steam and high temperatures (1300 °C) with or without oxygen in the presence of inorganic salts (physical method).
5: Reverse Osmosis Membrane
The reverse osmosis membrane is the essential component for achieving reverse osmosis. It is a synthetic semi-permeable membrane with specific properties created by imitating biological semi-permeable membranes. Polymer materials are commonly used, for example, cellulose acetate film, aromatic polyhydrazide film, and aromatic polyamide film.
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