Water Purification Guide


Water purification is the process of removing all the impurities in a water supply, making it pure.

In this story to water purification, we’ve shared everything you need to know about purifying water, including the goals of purification, the numerous purification processes, and more.

When treating water for drinking, most water treatment plants use the following stages of water purification, in this order.


Pretreatment provides initial treatment processes, depending on the quality of the water source.

Coagulation and Flocculation

Following pre-treatment, the next stage of community water treatment is coagulation and flocculation.


This basin may be circular, with a flow from the center outward, or rectangular, with water flowing from end to end.

Sludge Collection In the sedimentation tank, the heavy coagulated particles produced by the earlier coagulation and flocculation process sink to the bottom of the basin.

It’s common for newer sedimentation basins to have inclined plates and tubes to increase their surface area while taking up less space than conventional sedimentation basins.

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