Water treatment plants provide the water for irrigation, drainage, irrigation systems, wastewater treatment, and other uses, as well as the water used for water treatment.
The water used in water treatment plants is the main source of water in many countries.
The term water treatment refers to the process of separating and removing water from a water source to make it less concentrated.
The process requires the use of steam, chemical or mechanical treatment methods to remove pollutants, including salts, salts and nitrates.
Water treatment plants also provide the chemicals for making pharmaceuticals, medicines, and cosmetics, as they are needed in the manufacturing of certain industrial processes.
Water treatment also helps to prevent the formation of large amounts of CO 2 in the atmosphere, a greenhouse gas that can cause global warming.