Water Treatment Company – WATER IS KEY TO OUR EXISTENCE

As a Water treatment company we engage in activities to secure this most crucial asset of the world. We band together with organizations across a wide scope of enterprises, working one next to the other to foster answers for their water needs and business objectives. Traditional solutions and traditional ways of thinking are not enough to meet future demand. That is the reason Water Remedy is focused on giving progressed, financially savvy advances and arrangements that assist our clients with accomplishing their objectives, while simultaneously assisting them with dealing with their water chance and effectively explore the difficulties of an undeniably water-scant world. Together, we can really make the most of each drop, today and for people in the future.

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Water Remedy  basically a Water treatment company was set up in 2003. This organization was framed remembering the developing cravings of individuals and the interest in water services &  treatment in the Pakistani industry. Nobody better than us might have caught the prerequisites of the business in Pakistan. Taking everything into account, permit our broad information on water treatment and our accomplished staff to help you with whatever your necessities might be. From administrations, synthetic compounds, hardware, modern plants, and venture the executives, we are completely prepared to deal with the entirety of your Water Treatment needs.

For over 20 years, general ideology, unitary standard, and the professional approach to solving the assigned problems hold the specialists of our company together.
The offices of Water Remedy are in Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad. Our company is operating in over 20+ cities. Recently Water remedy has gone international and now serves in Canada, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates. We are a team of committed professionals and sincere with their job and clients.

Water purification

“According to a 2007 World Health Organization (WHO) report, 1.1 billion people lack access to an improved drinking water supply; 88% of the 4 billion annual cases of diarrheal disease are attributed to unsafe water and inadequate sanitation and hygiene, while 1.8 million people die from diarrheal disease each year. The WHO estimates that 94% of these diarrheal disease cases are preventable through modifications to the environment, including access to safe water.[1] Simple techniques for treating water at home, such as chlorination, filters, and solar disinfection, and for storing it in safe containers could save a huge number of lives each year.[2] Reducing deaths from waterborne diseases is a major public health goal in developing countries.Control room and schematics of the water purification plant of Lac de Bret, Switzerland

Water purification means the process of removing undesirable chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids, and gases from water. The goal is to produce water that is fit for specific purposes. Most water is purified and disinfected for human consumption (drinking water), but water purification may also be carried out for a variety of other purposes, including medical, pharmacological, chemical, and industrial applications. The history of water purification includes a wide variety of methods. The methods used include physical processes such as filtrationsedimentation, and distillation; biological processes such as slow sand filters or biologically active carbon; chemical processes such as flocculation and chlorination; and the use of electromagnetic radiation such as ultraviolet light.

Water purification may reduce the concentration of particulate matter including suspended particlesparasitesbacteriaalgaeviruses, and fungi as well as reduce the concentration of a range of dissolved and particulate matter.

The standards for drinking water quality are typically set by governments or by international standards. These standards usually include minimum and maximum concentrations of contaminants, depending on the intended use of the water.

Visual inspection which cannot determine if water meets their quality standards. Simple procedures such as boiling or the use of a household activated carbon filter are not sufficient for treating all possible contaminants that may be present in water from an unknown source. Even natural spring water – considered safe for all practical purposes in the 19th century – must now be tested before determining what kind of treatment, if any, is needed. Chemical and microbiological analysis, while expensive, are the only way to obtain the information necessary for deciding on the appropriate method of purification.”

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