Water purification is the process of removing undesirable chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids and gases from contaminated water. The goal is to produce water fit for a specific purpose.
The aims of the treatment are to remove unwanted constituents in the water and to make it safe to drink or fit for a specific purpose in industry or medical applications. Widely varied techniques are available to remove contaminants like fine solids, micro-organisms and some dissolved inorganic and organic materials, or environmental persistent pharmaceutical pollutants. The choice of method will depend on the quality of the water being treated, the cost of the treatment process and the quality standards expected of the processed water.
The quality of your home’s drinking water may meet local standards, but it might not meet your own. Ordinary tap water can contain dissolved metals, including lead and iron. It might contain nitrates, chlorine and mineral salts. Your tap water could also contain other undesirable substances such as sulfates, mercury, asbestos and arsenic. Fortunately, you can get cleaner, clearer drinking water our water purification system, which produces water ideal for: Drinking, Coffee and tea, Cooking, Ice cubes, Baby formula, Juice concentrates, House plants, Steam irons etc
The pharmaceuticals and drugs market is huge and continues to grow as the industry strives to improve quality of life through innovation. From drugs research and product development to pharmaceuticals manufacturing, this massive industry has a significant reliance upon water as part of various operations and processes with an ever present requirement for pristine conditions.
Naturally, the pharmaceutical industry must meet strict regulations and faces challenges of improving productivity without impacting upon costs.
The correct water management programme will assist pharmaceutical companies with maintaining high standards of quality through system optimisation, whether concerned with manufacturing, fabricating or processing drugs.
Biochemica offers the technical expertise and forward-thinking culture demanded by the pharmaceutical industry to ensure clean, safe and protected water, supported with the guarantee of superior service quality.
Water is the lifeblood of a power plant. Needed in vast quantities to produce steam and for cooling purposes, U.S. thermoelectric power producers use more than 70 trillion gallons of water per year. To effectively use water within a plant, it must be treated to meet each individual site's needs, which vary with the influent source water quality; type of boiler, discharge requirements and whether or not "used" water is recycled within the plant.
Technologies used in Power plants are:
Water is an essential part of oil and gas upstream field production. GWS offers technologies and processes for conventional as well as specialized treatment systems for a variety of unconventional methods of extraction. Onshore and offshore producers throughout the world put their faith in our global expertise. GWS Water Technologies is involved in all the major areas in offshore hydrocarbon production where water treatment is applied.
New sources of natural gas and innovative drilling methods have paved the way for production of resources once thought to be cost-prohibitive.
GWS has extensive experience in developing, implementing and servicing sludge, wastewater and water treatment plants for oil refineries and the petrochemicals industry. GWS offer a variety of technologies for produced water treatment as well as the expertise to determine the best solution for each application.
The steel industry is a highly competitive market with producers constantly seeking new methods of process optimisation to allow for cost reductions.
Through the appropriate management and protection of assets and equipment using water, the primary metals industry can benefit from longevity of plant and make long term savings, while chemical optimisation can impact upon short and long terms costs.
GWS has experience within the primary metals industry, particularly in respect of steel works, coupled with the technology to enhance production through cost effective chemical applications and water treatment services.
If you are looking for a water treatment provider for the steel or wider primary metals industry,GWS has the strong infrastructure and understanding to introduce efficient technologies, while addressing water consumption and offering solutions focused on the sector’s environmental responsibilities. Whether it’s boiler and cooling water treatment, water sampling and analysis or scale, fouling and corrosion monitoring you need professional support with,GWS range of water treatment and wastewater treatment services include the solutions applicable to your primary metal production needs.
Waste water treatment is the process of removing contaminants from wastewater, including household sewage and runoff (effluents). It includes physical, chemical, and biological processes to remove physical, chemical and biological contaminants. Its objective is to produce an environmentally safe fluid waste stream (or treated effluent) and a solid waste (or treated sludge) suitable for disposal or reuse (usually as farm fertilizer). With suitable technology, it is possible to re-use sewage effluent for drinking water, although this is usually only done in places with limited water supplies.