Emergency disaster relief; 4 ways water can be made safe to drink
What is ESOL Electrolyzed water?
844 million people in the world don’t have clean water. 3 billion people don’t have a decent toilet. 31% of schools don’t have clean water. Every minute a new-born dies from infection caused by lack of safe water and an unclean environment. Diarrhoea caused by dirty water and poor toilets kills a child under 5 every 2 minutes. Around the world […]
ESOL (electrolyzed water); advantages and disadvantages in the water industry
ESOL™ is created in a Bridge Biotechnology ESOL™ Generator using only three ingredients; Tap water, salt and electricity. ESOL™ is produced by the electrolysis of ordinary tap water containing saline (salt). The electrolysis process produces two separate solutions from a double chambered ESOL cell; the positive chamber produces a solution containing a range of oxidisers and a small amount of […]
Ultraviolet (UV) Light; advantages and disadvantages in the water industry
ESOL™ is the trading name for an electrolysed water technology ESOL electrolyzed water is a low carbon, environmentally friendly liquid that you process on your own premises.It looks and feels just like ordinary water. It is non-toxic and completely bio degradable. Despite this it is capable of extraordinary disinfectionESOL electrolyzed water use only three ingredients; water, […]
Ozone (trioxygen or O3); advantages and disadvantages in the water industry
Ultraviolet (UV) is an electromagnetic radiation. Disinfection using UV radiation is commonly used in wastewater treatment applications and is finding an increased usage in municipal drinking water treatment. Many bottlers of spring water use UV disinfection equipment to sterilize their water. Solar water disinfection has been researched for cheaply treating contaminated water using natural sunlight. The UV-A irradiation and increased water temperature kill organisms in […]
Ozone or trioxygen, is an inorganic molecule with the chemical formula O3 Ozone is a pale blue gas with a distinctively pungent smell.This technology has been used for potable water treatment for nearly a century, since the first plant was built in Nice, France. Western Europe has long relied extensively on ozone technology [Lamarre, 1997].