Domestic water treatment is traditionally defined as treating water from a variety of sources to ultimately produce potable water that is safe for drinking or for use in food preparation. This can include treating well water from underground sources, or filtering and treating surface water from natural or man-made lakes. Once this water has been obtained, it undergoes a comprehensive and stringent disinfection process, which results in treated water to be distributed as domestic/drinking water.
As our communities continue to grow and expand, so does the demand on potable water quality. Unfortunately, many of our nation’s water supplies need special attention to ensure safe water for daily consumption. Public works officials know that citizens expect quality drinking water free of harmful metals and chemicals. Here at Metropolitan, we understand those concerns and can help devise solutions to meet your needs.