Government / Municipal

Municipal Water Treatment


Pure Water draws on experience from over 30 years of installations to help engineers and communities find the best solutions to meet regulatory and capacity challenges.

Drinking Water


Municipalities and industries around the globe have come to rely on our innovative products and services designed for operational efficiencies and cost-effectiveness. From conventional to state-of-the-art membrane filtration and disinfection technologies, we offer water solution that benefit industries and communities alike. 

Drinking water sources are subject to contamination and require appropriate treatments to remove any disease-causing agents. Water may be treated differently in different communities depending on the quality of the water that enters the treatment plant. Typically, surface water requires more treatment and filtration than ground water because lakes and rivers are more likely to be contaminated than ground water. Generally the steps taken for treating public drinking water starts with coagulation and flocculation where chemicals with a positive charge are added to water to neutralize the negative charge of dirt and other dissolved particles in the water and form floc. 
Then during sedimentation, the floc settles to the bottom of the water supply. Once the floc has settled, the clear water will pass though filters of varying compositions and pore sizes in order to remove dissolved particles. After the water has been filtered, a disinfectant may be added in order to kill any remaining parasites, bacteria, and viruses, and to protect the water from germs when it is piped to homes and businesses. 
Even though the United States Environmental Protection Agency regulates and sets standards for drinking water, many Americans use a home water treatment unit as well. This helps remove specific contaminants and improve the taste of drinking water. 

No matter how big or small your drinking water needs are Pure Water has everything you need to provide safe drinking water to your communities and homes. 
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