World Water Day was celebrated on March 22 with this year’s theme ‘Nature for Water’. The event aims to raise awareness of the need for rebalance the water cycle and mitigate climate change.
Drinking water is a necessary but scarce resource. It represents a very small percentage of the total water contained in the planet. Consequently, there is a need of water treatment which involves several stages: coagulation, flocculation, particle separation (sedimentation/floatation), filtration and disinfection (chlorination/ozonisation). In several of these stages chemical products are added to the water flow to be treated, and it is at this point that ITC can help you to do the correct dosage and control with its wide range of pumps and components.
For further information you can check the technical article on chlorination of drinking water: