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Turning on your tap is a simple, everyday gesture—one that probably doesn’t get a second thought. And yet, before the water flows from your tap, it has been on a long journey from its source, which may include groundwater wells, lakes, rivers or oceans. Tap water is not naturally pure, unlike commercially available water sources. It only becomes safer after receiving extensive physical and chemical treatments.
Your challenges

Water must meet stringent safe drinking water standards before it can be declared safe and distributed to consumers. It is, moreover, one of the most quality controlled food products, and must be closely monitored during every stage of its journey, from collection to distribution.

Treating water to make it suitable for consumption requires expertise in multiple technologies and processes, as well as precise knowledge of water resources. Many factors must be considered, including quality, available resources, economic costs and environmental constraints.

Our solutions

As a trusted municipal partner, SUEZ strives every day to ensure safe, clean water is readily available for the communities we serve and for generations to come. We offer multi-layered treatment processes to supply the highest quality of water possible in sufficient quantities, and to gather and treat wastewater so that it meets or surpasses the strictest government standards before it can be returned to the environment. Our sophisticated monitoring technology allows us to closely monitor rainfall every day to make sure reservoirs are at optimal capacity, and, if necessary, we establish conservation precautions.

When it comes to water treatment, we can help you find the right solutions. By designing treatment systems ranging from traditional to highly sophisticated, we offer local authorities technical solutions to meet their size and sanitary quality requirements. SUEZ specializes in various treatment techniques including settling, flotation, UV, activated carbon and filtration. We also offer solutions to eliminate micropolluants and to reduce water hardness through collective carbonate removal.

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