Millions of users around the world consume contaminated water. It is critical and necessary to improve water quality and reduce contaminants.
The planet Earth is a water world. Water is one of the basic necessities for life on Earth. The degradation of water quality and contamination endangers its ability to generate life, health, and progress, as no species on the planet can survive without it. However, improving water quality can help to prevent water degradation, which can lead to a shift in people's lifestyles. As a result, NETSOL offers a variety of water treatment options, allowing customers to alter their lifestyles.
REALITY OF WATER
- 1. There are 750 million individuals who do not have access to safe drinking water.
- 2. 31% of schools lack access to potable water.
- 3. The number of deaths from diarrhea would be cut in half if everyone had access to clean water.
WATER QUALITY AFFECTED BY POLLUTION
According to UNICEF, 26% of the world's population does not have access to safe drinking water at home, which is a fundamental human right.While this percentage has decreased in recent years, there is still a long way to go until 2030 to reach Sustainable Development Goal that is universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all.
The NETSOL RO system not only filters pollutants, but also provides clean, pure water for all users to drink, which results in reaching sustainable development goal.
HOW CAN WATER QUALITY CAN BE ASSESSED?
There are instances when we can tell whether or not a particular body of water is fit for human consumption just by looking at it. When you turn on the tap and the water come out hazy or yellowish, we know it's not safe to drink. Our activity disrupts and contaminates its natural form, causing major environmental damage to rivers and seas and making it unusable for agricultural purposes. As a result, it is critical to ensure that water is adequately treated before being reused and returned to the environment.
WATER CONTAMINATION CAN BE IMPROVED TO IMPROVE PEOPLE’S LIVES
We used to believe that it was an infinite natural resource that would always be produced by mother nature until a few decades ago. When it comes to using shared resources, the fact that it is everyone's obligation is crucial. Remembering not to litter in nature and avoiding flushing materials that do not break down quickly down the toilet, for example, helps to maintain healthy water quality. Governments, administrations, and corporations, on the other hand, must take responsibility for executing policies and activities to guarantee that people and agriculture have access to the highest possible water quality.
NETSOL has now developed strategies for reusing water while also improving its quality. The strategies that are developed by Netsol are:
WATER TREATMENT: The goal of water treatment is to decrease or eliminate water pollution and undesirable features. It is made up of a succession of physical, chemical, and biological processes that clean the water. The goal is to give the water the qualities that are appropriate for the intended application. As a result, the water treatment procedure differs based on the water's initial qualities as well as its intended application.
WATER PURIFICATION: A Wastewater Treatment Plant purifies waste water from cities or industries (WWTP). Essentially, the WWTP mimics the purification processes that occur naturally in the course of a river, automating and thoroughly finishing these processes.