Water & Waste Water


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Growth of any state depends on two major resources, manpower and machines. Water is a common factor, which drives manpower as well as the manufacturing process within any industry. Water cannot be only considered an economic commodity – it is a social and cultural good and a basic human right. Increase in demand for water in all areas is inevitable if there is growth in population as well as in industrial output. However we forget that

Water is an ecological source and is finite. Water is of different quality and used accordingly for different applications. For industrial processes such as semiconductor manufacturing and pharmaceutical applications such as human injectables, there is a need for ultra-pure water without any minerals and impurities. For boiler water application also, pure water,which is of slightly lower quality than ultra-pure water, is required.

Drinking water is another variety, which is free from bacteria and toxic chemicals but contains minerals essential for human consumption. With the current world population of 7 billion plus, demand of fresh drinking water is doubling every 20 years. 2 billion people in the world do not have access to clean water whereas 1 billion people do not have access to water for their basic needs.

Instrumentation and automation is day by day becoming a necessary component of water supply schemes and constitutes 3-5% of the complete project cost. 

An efficient automation system ensures optimum utilisation of water improving the efficiency of the water supply system and its equipments. It helps in preventive maintenance and provides the accurate database for plant optimisation.

Forbes Marshall caters to on line water quality requirements for ultra pure water, pure water, wastewater and process applications. If you are looking for any kind of water analysis, perhaps we are the right people, as we provide Complete Water Analysis Solutions.