Water Quality and Treatment Water quality is a cornerstone of public health, with water treatment practices ensuring that our drinking water is safe and free from harmful contaminants.
Backwash: Reversing the flow of water through a filter or ion exchange system to clean out trapped particles or regenerate the medium.
Biocide: A chemical agent that can kill living organisms; often used to disinfect water or other substances.
Brackish water: Water with more salinity than freshwater but less than seawater; typically found in estuaries where freshwater rivers meet the sea.
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