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Welcome to Pure Aqua Water Treatment & Purification Blog

Our team is committed to providing you with the latest and most substantial information and news with regard to first-rate water purification systems and products. The informational pieces you will find help will be related to every kind of process within our industry, such as Industrial and Commercial Reverse Osmosis, Seawater Desalination, Water Softening, Ultraviolet Disinfection, Media Filtration, and other water treatment systems, developments, and applications.

Be sure to continue observing our Water Treatment & Purification Blog in order to guarantee yourself updated with the most recent and important technologies, processes, and information in this industry.

Pure Aqua, Inc. - A Leading Water Treatment Company

Pure Aqua, Inc. - A Leading Water Treatment Company

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Apr 8th 2020

Hard to remove water spots and rust stains getting you down? Tired of your dishes having that chalky appearance after coming out of the dishwasher? You have hard water and it is the nemesis of all house hold appliances that use tap water. Hard water refers to water that contains high levels of calcium, magnesium, and other materials. A lot of tap water that comes from city water plants is hard water. Ground water also often contains these materials and minerals. They get in the...
Membrane BioReactor (MBR)

Membrane BioReactor (MBR)

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Nov 13th 2019

Modular Sewage Treatment Plant The  Membrane BioReactor (MBR) is a state of the art pre-engineered sewage treatment system utilizing Pure Aqua’s water treatment expertise with Toray’s submerged membrane technology. The membrane separation process eliminates the conventional sedimentation tank and allows high volumetric loading, resulting in a smaller footprint. The MBR can produce high quality effluent with high BOD5 removal (about 98%), complete nitrification and partial de-...
Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Treatment

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Aug 13th 2019

When you hear the word ‘wastewater’ what image springs to mind? For some people it might be a horrific picture filled with large flowing rivers of human excrement and toxic sewage sludge running out of drain pipes and into the ocean. For others it might be vast wastelands of toxic waste spilling out of giant pipes into endless pools of slime and sludge, while a factory belching out black smoke looms in the background. It’s actually not quite as bad a picture as it may seem. While some...
Pure Aqua - A Global Leader In Water Treatment

Pure Aqua - A Global Leader In Water Treatment

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Nov 14th 2018

Of the all the water on Earth, only less than 1% is available for drinking and everyday use. Harvesting this percent into pure drinking water is becoming a huge challenge for many governments, especially those who live in drought infested regions. Of the water that is available to people in those regions, water borne diseases usually are more prevalent. Sickness and death are constant companions in these regions as well. The need for clean water is becoming precarious, and countries a...
About Pure Aqua, Inc.

About Pure Aqua, Inc.

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Jan 16th 2018

Pure Aqua's capabilities range from small skid mounted systems to millions of gallons per day water treatment plants. We manufacture all types of water purification systems from reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration, media filtration, water softeners, ultraviolet treatment, wastewater treatment, and more. Our engineers have spent the last two decades progressively advancing these systems to meet all possible user requirements and ensure production of the highest quality water. This...
Water Treatment Company

Water Treatment Company

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Dec 14th 2016

Water is a tasteless, odorless and nearly colorless substance that occupies about 70% of our planet. It is a very vital element to sustaining life on this planet. Without out it, life as we know it would cease to exist. It is an essential building block for all forms of life. Human bodies are made up of about 60% of this stuff. Water is also one of the only elements that can exist in three different states: liquid, solid and gaseous. Water truly is a marvel. In fact it is so marvel...
Wastewater Treatment Frequently Asked Questions

Wastewater Treatment Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Dec 12th 2016

There are mainly two (2) wastewater sources: 1) domestic sewage, and 2) non-sewage. Domestic sewage includes all wastewater generated by residential communities, public restrooms, hotels, golf courses, restaurants, schools, hospitals and other health centers. Non-sewage wastewater entails industrial wastewater, storm water, runoff, water from swimming pools, car garages, and cleaning centers. What wastewater is comprised of? The composition of wastewater is a functio...
Water Purification Equipment for all Markets

Water Purification Equipment for all Markets

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Nov 11th 2015

Pure Aqua, Inc. specializes in designing and manufacturing custom water treatment systems and reverse osmosis purification systems for industrial, hospitality, restaurant, and commercial applications. We are experts in designing drinking water purification systems,  water filtration systems, and commercial reverse osmosis desalination systems of all sizes to fit your needs in the best method and most cost effective way possible. All of our water purification systems are designe...
Is it Possible to Recycle Waste Water?

Is it Possible to Recycle Waste Water?

Posted by Pure Aqua, Inc. on Dec 19th 2013

Keeping our environment safe is crucial. We only have one planet, one Mother Nature and she deserves the best care possible if we want her to support future generations of living creatures. Water is the most precious gift that she provides for us. This is why we have water treatment systems to help keep the water on this planet fresh and clean for consumption and every day use. What about the water that is too dirty to reuse for drinking? What happens to it and where can we dispose of...