Thứ Hai, 2 tháng 10, 2017

Why You Need Home Water Treatment

Even if you don’t drink the recommended eight glasses of water a day, you still rely on your home water system for almost everything. From washing your clothes to washing your fruit and vegetables and cooking, your home tap water makes a huge difference in your life. Ntesco has products and systems that improve this valuable, useful resource for all homes featuring Ntesco treatment systems that remove impurities in tap water, saving you time and money in the long-run, and improving your health.


Home water treatment systems make your tap water even safer to drink than bottled water. In addition to contributing to massive pollution and littering problems in our oceans and elsewhere, bottled water is much more expensive than the tap water coming out of your faucet. And you’d have to purchase many more bottles to do your laundry, do your cooking, and more.

Bottled water typically uses reverse osmosis to purify the water for human consumption. This process leaves the water much cleaner than tap water, which can be affected by deteriorating pipe systems with heavy metals like lead, but it leaves the water more acidic than what is recommended for your body.

The body keeps its bloodstream close to the center of the basic-acidic scale, making the blood inhospitable for pathogens that prefer a more acidic environment from building up and causing problems, and making it easier for the body to transport nutrients.



But isn’t bottled water good for you?

Reverse osmosis usually leaves the water more acidic, making it more difficult for the body to absorb and add to the bloodstream. This is why sometimes, when drinking bottled water, you can’t seem to keep it in your body long enough. Reverse osmosis also breaks water down at the molecular level, leaving behind free radicals, or bits of incomplete water molecules that can leech into your body’s cells and cause cancer over time.

Ntesco has water treatment systems that remove not only the impurities in tap water, but also create safer water than bottled water you’d find at the store.



Our water treatment system uses reverse osmosis to cleanse tap water of all impurities like heavy metals and potentially harmful chemicals, then filters it again using an alkaline filter, which helps bring the water back to a more basic acidity level, making it easier for your body to absorb and use. This filtration system can be recharged when it loses its effectiveness, making it unnecessary to replace frequently.

Tap water and bottled water won’t hurt you overnight, but eight glasses a day of water with even a small amount of harmful chemicals and metals will create buildups of toxins in your body. Untreated water can also damage your clothes, your food, and even your plumbing over time.

It’s difficult to notice at first. Don’t risk it. Get a water treatment system for your home and save your health and your money in the future.

Thứ Sáu, 22 tháng 9, 2017

Water treatment process

Clean, safe water is vital for every day life. Water is essential for health, hygiene and the productivity of our community.

The water treatment process may vary slightly at different locations, depending on the technology of the plant and the water it needs to process, but the basic principles are largely the same. This section describes standard water treatment processes.

Thứ Ba, 5 tháng 9, 2017

Home Water Treatment Systems

People have become increasingly concerned about the quality of their water, including the possibility of contamination with hazardous substances. Sources of this contamination are solvents, pesticides, household cleaners, industrial wastes, and underground storage tanks. Chemical compounds, including methylene chloride, trichloroethylene (TCE), lindane, benzene, chlorobenzenes, carbon tetrachloride, and vinyl chloride have also been found in water supplies. 

Chlorination of drinking water can produce trihalomethans (THMs), which may be a cancer causing substance, according to some research. Radon, a radioactive decay product of natural uranium, is found in groundwater as well as in the air of buildings and have been correlated with an increase in lung cancer.



Thứ Hai, 14 tháng 8, 2017

Water & Wastewater Reuse Solutions

Recycling wastewater can provide a reliable water source for industry, irrigation, and municipal use

Treating wastewater for reuse has become an accepted and reliable technical solution to address water scarcity problems around the world. Previously considered a disposal liability, reused wastewater can now become a valuable resource.


Ntesco has decades of experience around the globe in the advanced treatment of wastewater to purity levels that allow its reuse for industrial, agricultural, or municipal applications. We help our clients optimize their costs and minimize their environmental footprint.

Our energy-efficient solutions for industry can treat wastewater to a quality suitable for reuse in power generation, boiler feeds, cooling systems, beverage bottling, food production, and more.

Recycled treated wastewater can be used for surface irrigation of food crops, orchards and vineyards, golf courses, and landscaping. Other uses include recharging groundwater and preserving or augmenting wetlands or riparian habitats, as well as toilet flushing, street cleaning and other similar purposes.

With the high cost of transporting water, our decentralized wastewater treatment solutions are particularly suited to reuse applications close to the point of use. They provide a cost-effective solution, reduce the need to invest in large infrastructure projects, and help protect the environment.

Our water reuse solutions provide the following benefits, and more:
  • Preserve freshwater resources
  • Postpone or eliminate the need to develop a new water resource
  • Reduce disposal and energy costs
  • Improve visibility of long-term costs of water supply
  • Minimize the environmental impact of wastewater discharge
  • Attract new industry
  • Improve the sustainability of local communities and economy

Thứ Tư, 2 tháng 8, 2017

Home Water Filtration Systems

Even though your water source is deemed safe by the EPA, in most cases water must travel a long way to reach your home. Along the way it can pick up bad tastes and odors which are caused by chlorine, low pH, sediment, iron, sulfur and manganese. In addition, the minerals and chemical compounds found in unfiltered water can be hard on your home’s plumbing system and major appliances such as dish washers and washing machines.