Four Promising New Polluted Water Treatments

Written by Economic Development Jobs on July 23, 2018. Posted in Groundwater professionals, Sub slab depressurization systems, Water treatment process

On our earth, only about 3% of the water is fresh and suitable for drinking. This makes it all the more significant that nearly 70% of the world’s industrial waste ends up being dumped into our water supply. The United States has some of the world’s most stringent regulations for industries and their environmental impact, and yet over 80% of America’s most hazardous waste sites have had an impact on the quality of ground water nearby. Since our groundwater supplies drinking water to over half the nation, and over 95% of America’s freshwater resources are from groundwater, it is crucial that dirty water treatment and environmental remediation services develop in concert with other technologies to ensure the safety of this essential resource and minimize groundwater contamination. Thankfully, there are promising advances in address polluted water on the horizo