Vision & Mission
The safe water demands and environmental pollution are increasing in Bangladesh. Just 10% of entire waste water is getting treated and the remaining being let free to pollute our natural source and our future, we are fostering and unhealthy tomorrow for our future generation. Very few show strong commitment to reduce waste generation. Very few show strong commitment to reduce waste generation in order to stay competitive. We at “Water Systems & Solution”(WSS) offer superior total water management solution to help trade and business to stay “Green” as well as “Competitive” through deep extended expertise and best engineering practices.
Water treatment describes those processes used to make water more acceptable for a desired end-use. These can include use as drinking water, industrial processes, medical and many other uses. The goal of all water treatment process is to remove existing contaminants in the water, or reduce the concentration of such contaminants so the water becomes fit for its desired end-use. One such use is returning water that has been used back into the natural environment without adverse ecological impact.
The processes involved in treating water for drinking purpose may be solids separation using physical such as settling and filtration, chemical such as disinfection and coagulation.
Biological processes are also employed in the treatment of waste water and these processes may include, for example, aerated lagoons, activated sludge or slow sand filters.
1 Potable water purification
2 Processes for drinking water
3 Sewage treatment
4 In developing countries
Potable water purification : Abandoned Water Purification Plant Springfield, Tennessee, United StatesWater purification is the removal of contaminants from untreated water to produce drinking water that is pure enough for its intended use, most commonly human consumption. Substances that are removed during the process of drinking water treatment include bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, minerals such as iron, manganese and sulphur, and man-made chemical pollutants including fertilizers.
It is important to take measures to make available water of desirable quality at the consumer end. That leads to protection of the treated water during conveyance and distribution after treatment. It is common practice to have residual disinfectants in the treated water in order to kill any bacteriological contamination after water treatment.
World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines are generally followed throughout the world for drinking water quality requirements. In addition of the WHO guidelines, each country or territory or water supply body can have their own guidelines in order for consumers to have access to safe drinking water.