Some portion of the precipitation falling onto the Earth is absorbed by plants, some retained by soil, some enters into surface flow system and reach streams and some leaks from surface to the underground and accumulates at various depths in cracks of rocks and the gaps between materials such as sand, silt and pebble of various granule sizes. Water retained in these gaps and pockets under the ground is called underground water.
Underground Water Treatment with Ultrafiltration Membranes
- Retains bacteria, viruses, colloidal particles and macro molecules
- Ensures absolute filtration
- No microbiological growth
- Requires less installation site
- Technology with the highest reuse performance
- Technology with lower initial investment and operating costs