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Without water and sanitation survival is a question mark. Both are intricately interlinked with human life! According to studies, rainfall has been decreasing over the last 80 years and according to researchers, Man-made atmospheric pollutants are the cause for the unprecedented decline in the last 448 years. (Source: The Hindu 17.05.2019 – “Tree ring data helps track rain-fall levels”).

At Call Centre 4Water, we are committed to ensuring access to clean, safe, and sustainable water solutions for everyone. Our dedicated team of experts is here to assist you with a range of services, from water quality assessments to water purification systems. We understand the importance of clean water in your daily life and are here to provide the support and information you need.

  • What is Reverse Osmosis Plant?

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water treatment process that removes contaminants from water by using pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane. During this process, the contaminants are filtered out and flushed away, leaving clean, delicious drinking water. RO membrane is used to reduce the TDS from the source water and make it a drinkable standard.

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Domestic RO plants are the water purification system that uses reverse osmosis to remove dissolved minerals, salts, and other contaminants from water. RO plants are typically used in homes to provide clean, RO with UV water purifier and safe drinking water. It can vary in size and capacity. Smaller plants may only be able to produce a few liters of purified water per day, while larger plants can produce hundreds of liters per day. The cost of an RO plant will also vary depending on the size and features. Domestic RO plants typically have a number of different stages of filtration including Sediment filter, Carbon filter, Reverse osmosis membrane, and Post-filter.

What is Iron Remover Plant?

The Iron Removal Plant Filters are designed to remove the Excess Iron content present in the feed water with minimum pressure drop. The working principle of Most iron filtration systems operate on oxidizing the iron (oxidation) to convert it from a ferrous (dissolved or soluble) to a ferric or undissolved state.

What is softner Plant?

A water softener  Plant removes calcium and magnesium from water through a process called ion exchange. When the hard water enters into the mineral tank, it flows through a bed of spherical resin beads. These plastic beads, usually made from polystyrene, are charged with a sodium ion.

What is Water Treatment Plant?

Welcome to our advanced Water Treatment Plant, where science, technology, and dedication come together to transform raw water into clean, safe, and potable water. Our facility is at the forefront of water treatment, ensuring that the water we deliver to your taps meets the highest quality standards and contributes to the health and well-being of our community.

Water treatment plants for communities: Community water treatment plants are designed to treat water for a specific community, typically a town or city. The size and complexity of a community water treatment plant will vary depending on the size of the community and the quality of the raw water source. Community water treatment plants play an essential role in providing safe drinking water to communities around the world. By removing harmful contaminants from the water, these plants help to protect public health and improve the quality of life.

Here are some of the benefits of using community water treatment plants:

  • They provide safe and reliable drinking water for communities.
  • They help to protect public health by removing harmful contaminants from the water.
  • They improve the quality of life by providing clean and refreshing drinking water.
  • They can help to conserve water by reducing the need to boil or treat water at home.
  • They can be more cost-effective than other methods of water treatment, such as bottled water.

The freshwater that is available today is the same from the time the world came into being; if so why the shortage? One reason is the exploding population and other improper and wasteful practices.

Having given up the natural process of cleansing we are dependent on mechanical sources to treat our wastewater which proves insufficient due to high volume, human lethargy, and indifference. The expanding urbanization has given room for a multi-storied living style with dependence on water mostly/ partially on external sources. 

Available infra-structures insufficient to carry the wastewater or non-availability of infra-structure has made it a “MUST” for every apartment complex to have its own expensive treatment plants and the recurring cost of processing and maintenance is also very expensive.

In Germany, it is said, that a glass of water on the dining table has gone through 10 stomachs. It shows the height of re-cycling/re-processing waste water, As we do not understand the necessity of conservation we waste a lot of water from which 80% could be recycled and reused thus reducing the pressure on fresh water. People buying apartments at exorbitant costs are burdened with recurring high maintenance costs of Rs. 3/- to 5/- per sq. ft and monthly EMI towards housing loans for a considerable long term. By the time the liabilities are settled, most would have left behind their prime youth and resigned to their fate to continue paying the monthly maintenance.

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
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