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WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS (235 companies)
WATER TREATMENT COMPOUNDS (22 companies)
WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT (329 companies)
WATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS (49 companies)
WATER TREATMENT SERVICES (26 companies)
STORM WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT (1 company)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT (228 companies)
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SERVICES (17 companies)
Act Waste Water Treatment Systems, LLC (Liberty Lake, WA)
Advanced Water Treatment LLC (Hinton, WV)
Advanced Water Treatment, Inc. (Hamburg, MI)
Affordable Water Treatment (Mansfield Center, CT)
Affordable Water Treatment, Inc. (Gig Harbor, WA)
American Water Treatment, Inc. (St. Louis, MO)
Aquarius Water Treatment Co. (San Antonio, TX)
Besco Water Treatment, Inc. (Battle Creek, MI)
Charger Water Treatment Products (Odessa, FL)
Charger Water Treatment Products, LLC (Elgin, IL)
East Alton Water Treatment (East Alton, IL)
Erickson Well Water Treatment, Inc. (St. Cloud, MN)
Florida Water Treatment, Inc. (Dunedin, FL)
Freeman Water Treatment (Jackson, MS)
Freije Water Treatment Systems, Inc. (Fishers, IN)
Iron Horse Water Treatment, Inc. (Denver, CO)
K & S Water Treatment (Murfreesboro, TN)
Lakeside Water Treatment, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI)
LivingWaters Engineered Water Treatment Systems (Cascade, CO)
Loprest Water Treatment Co. (Rodeo, CA)
LTM Water Treatment, Inc. (Machesney Park, IL)
Mid-America Water Treatment (Bartlett, IL)
Paul's Water Treatment, LLC (High Point, NC)
Pentair Water Treatment (OH) Co. (Chardon, OH)
Progressive Water Treatment, Inc. (McKinney, TX)
Quality Water Treatment, Inc. (Morristown, TN)
Sci-Chem Water Treatment (St. Cloud, FL)
Silver Bullet Water Treatment Co., LLC (Denver, CO)
Southern Water Treatment Co. (Greenville, SC)
TG Waste Water Treatment Systems, LLC (Aledo, TX)
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Having access and being able to drink clean drinking water is an important way of life. In fact, most people seem to take for granted the fact that they can turn on their faucet at any given point in their day, and have fresh drinking water readily available. Many countries don’t have this option and thus fall victim of disease while others are even forced to boil the chemicals and minerals out of their drinking water. So who exactly is in charge of this whole process in which our homes are equipped with healthy drinking water? The answer may not be as surprising as we look to water treatment manufacturers.
There are facilities out there that are put in place for that purpose alone. It’s just not water that they see every day, but in most cases they have anything that you flush down your toilet winds up in their facility. In turn they are forced to “strain” it, clean it and then purify it with various chemicals to make it safe to run back through to homes again. However, there are also companies out there whose jobs it is to specifically treat water that finds its way in to your homes and make it drinkable or usable when it comes to showering needs. There are a multitude of processes that it can undergo that include oxidation for one, and the chemicals required to balance the PH levels.
Some facilities have now taken to a chemical free route which means they are able to clean and purify the water safely so it can be used without using any form of harmful chemicals in the process. There are times when germs have the ability to form and try to strive and replicate within that very type of water you would use on a daily basis. However, with a process of oxidation not only are they removing the need for chemicals in the water, but they’re also able to eliminate any form of harmful germ or contaminant from growing in the water that could make a person sick or worse. Many of these same facilities also work with various companies and corporations in an effort to help them save money and not be forced to spend so much on various things.
This may mean something as simple as working on cutting back corrosion which can happen very easily if the treated water isn’t taken care of properly. A lot of companies have been known to spend a large amount of money on these processes, but oxidation removes that issue and now makes it a worry of the past. By using a natural resource to clean the water, it’s even removed the foul smell that sometimes can come from the pipes and drinking water depending on the area you live in or the way in which water is distributed in to your home.
When the water is brought through with these manufacturers they are making sure the water is safe and clean before it ever is released to be used.
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