WHY SHOULD ONE LEARN ABOUT LOCAL WATER QUALITY?
It's critical to understand everything that could be lurking in your drinking water. Pesticides and fertiliser used in landscaping, farming, and green spaces across the country frequently run off into groundwater, affecting the quality of your local water. Sewage can also end up in groundwater, putting residents at risk of contracting dangerous illnesses such as hepatitis and bacteria such as E. coli. Other potential contaminants include arsenic, lead, fluoride, salt, nitrates, and bacteria that are not related to sewage.
WATER QUALITY’S IMPACT ON WATER FILTERATION SYSTEM
Water quality varies from zip code to zip code, and even within the same neighbourhood, across the country. A water filtration system acts as a "last line of defence" for those who want to ensure the safety of their drinking water. Advanced water filtration technology aids in the reduction of lead and can also remove harmful toxins.
It's critical to understand what's in your local water supply because the water filtration system needed to clean the water will differ depending on where you live. For example, certain compounds, such as E. coli bacteria can be killed with UV or LED sanitation, which kills microorganisms by destroying nucleic acid, disrupting DNA, and preventing reproduction.Other contaminants, such as sodium, chloride, copper, chromium, and lead, can be removed through reverse osmosis (RO), a water purification process that employs a semi-permeable membrane (synthetic lining) to filter out unwanted molecules and large particles.
When surface water is delivered to water treatment plants, it goes through four stages of treatment, according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
1ST: COAGULATION AND FLOCCULATION: Water is treated with positively charged chemicals. These positively charged chemicals bind to dirt and other dissolved particles in water, forming larger particles known as floc.
2ND: SEDIMENTATION:Floc formed in stage one settles to the bottom of the water supply during the sedimentation phase.
3RD: FILTRATION: After the floc settles to the bottom of a water supply, the clean water is filtered to remove dissolved particles such as dust, parasites, bacteria, viruses, and chemicals.
4TH: DISINFECTION: After filtering, a disinfectant such as chlorine, chloramine, or ozone is added. These disinfectants kill any remaining parasites, bacteria, and viruses in the water and help protect it from germs when it is piped to homes and businesses.
HOW DOES THIS PROCESS HELP?
Local municipalities in different countries are also required by various water organizations for water treatment regulations to collect samples of water, chemical conditions, and sediment. These processes enable researchers to identify any changes in your water supply and prevent future pollution issues. Despite these precautions, contaminants can still enter your drinking water. 209 million glasses of water per day, or 2.3 billion gallons of water per day, being unsafe to drink in India.
HOW DOES NETSOL WATER SOLUTIONS HELP IN WATER QUALITY?
Municipalities are not the same, and neither are their water sources. That is why NETSOL's water experts analyse your local water supply and provide a customised filtered water dispenser to ensure your company's drinking water is clean and delicious. To remove sediment, reduce lead and other chemical contaminants, and eliminate off-tastes and odours, NETSOL office water systems use advanced filtration and sanitization technologies such as carbon filtration, reverse osmosis, UV, and antimicrobial surface protection at the point of use.
If you want to take your water purification to the next level, NETSOL offers RO filtration machines. NETSOL WATER, our highest quality water filtered through our proprietary five-filter water filtration system, is produced by the NETSOL Series filtered water dispensers. The RO filtration process used by NETSOL produces the cleanest filtered drinking water while also removing naturally occurring minerals.