Rising levels of groundwater pollution are confronting water utilities with increasing difficulties. The problem of nitrates and pesticides in areas of intensive agricultural activity and the contamination caused by halogenated hydrocarbons from site leachate, make the treatment of natural water reserves essential.
Popular due to its simple design, making groundwater sampling easy and accurate. With only three moving parts the product is more reliable over electrical or piston type pumps. This combination of sampling accuracy and reliability is unmatched by other devices.
The standard dipmeter is a water level measuring instrument designed for routine groundwater monitoring. The dipmeter is lightweight, reliable and with a simple operation for use by drilling contractors, fruit and vegetable farmers, and people using it in landfill and remediation applications.
Efficient and effective water treatment generally requires a combination of different methods and technologies. This combination depends on the raw water and the cleaned water needed. The deployment of ultra-filtration offers significant advantages over conventional water treatment methods. There are now numerous applications where ...
AQUALOOP produces germ-free, bacteriological high quality drinking water, irrespective of whether the input water comes from surface water, groundwater, runoff water from wastewater treatment plants, industrial wastewater or grey water from houses!.
The septic tank is often the most efficient and cost-effective solution for waste-water treatment. Based on years of experience, innovation and the highest quality standards, Eco Pipelife has designed and produced a series of septic tanks combined with a ground infiltration system. The 2000 litre tanks are made of durable rotational moulded ...
The spectro::lyser measures the entire absorption spectrum and is used by many drinking water providers all over the world as a pivotal component in their raw water monitoring. The spectro::lyser with its capability to measure and analyze the absorption spectrum in its entirety allows detection of a multitude of organic substances.