Ground Water Treatment

Ground Water Treatment

Increasing levels of groundwater pollution are confronting to water utilities with more difficulties. The presence of nitrates and pesticides in areas of intensive agricultural activity and the contamination caused by halogenated hydrocarbons from site leachate, make treatment of natural water resources essential

Moreover, apart from these manmade impurities, groundwater may also contain natural minerals, which affect drinking water quality.

  • Biological denitrification for nitrate removal (BIODEN®
  • Nitrate removal using electrodialysis (ENR®)
  • Removal of organic impurities by use of ozone and advanced oxidation (ADOX® process)
  • Membrane filtration – Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration
  • Reverse osmosis
  • Removal of ammonia, iron, manganese, and arsenic
  • Removal of suspended solids by means of flocculation and filtration
  • Adsorption of pollutants with activated carbon
  • Softening and demineralisation (by precipitation, ion exchange)
  • Ion exchange techniques for partial and total desalination