Does your drinking water have any unpleasant chlorine smell?

At times, your drinking water may give an unpleasant taste, odor or appearance. Usually, these characteristics are not hazardous to human health but most people would still want their water to taste, appear and smell good. US treatment plants use chlorine in water to guard it against bacteria, parasites, viruses and harmful microorganisms before it’s
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Water cooler in public place

Public places like libraries, malls, bus stations, railways stations, cinema, airports, etc. are widely visited and accessed by the members of the public in general. People who shop around in the malls, enjoy a movie in the cinema, or simply read books/journals in the library often feel thirsty and that thirst can only be quenched
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water treatment

The process – Reverse Osmosis The Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a process of forcing the dirty water getting mixed into fresh water with the help of human-induced pressure such that the dirty water is made to pass through a semi-porous sheath-like membrane, leaving behind hazardous contaminants and get mixed with cleaner water on the other
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Water Purifier System

Water is used for a wide range of purposes from as simple as bathing and washing dishes to commercial purposes like running of manufacturing plants on a large scale. Purification of water happens at a very small scale for domestic purposes but for commercial purposes, the quantity of purified water can range from 100 GPD
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