Access to clean drinking water is the dream of every person who lives on this planet. But to fulfill this dream, it becomes essential to install a RO water purifier whether you are at home or your office. Commercial RO water purifiers provide clean and safe drinking water. Using RO technology is the most reliable and trustworthy service for water purification.
The RO water purifications system has many advantages, but do you know the side effects of using an RO plant at your home? The most significant disadvantage is that using an RO system leads to a lot of unnecessary water wastage. While the wasted water can be reused for many purposes, we seldom took efforts to save it due to our negligence and lack of knowledge of conserving water.
On average, an RO water purifier wastes approximately 3 litres for every 1 litre of purified water. What does this mean? Around 75% of water is rejected, and 25% is filtered in the RO system. Now, you must be thinking about why so much water is wasted? Should we stop using RO water purifiers if it is not proving to be detrimental to water conservation? Let us understand it in detail.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) purifiers use membrane technology to filter dissolved particles and impurities. After the purification, the water is divided into two parts. One is the purified water suitable for drinking, and the other is unpurified or rejected water that is not suitable for drinking. The percentage of wasted water may vary according to the RO purifier used, but it generally remains 25% purified and 75% rejected water.
The rejected water is free from bacteria, viruses, and other impurities but has only dissolved particles in it. This water can be used for various purposes to avoid overall wastage in-home or office. But there are certain things to keep in mind before using the rejected water as it may be unfit for some purposes due to the high level of total dissolved solids. The things to be checked are TDS (Total Dissolved Solids), pH, and the presence of inorganic and chemical impurities like sodium.
The rejected water can be used to wash cars, water the plants and garden, wash utensils, floor mopping, daily laundry, and cleaning and flushing. Take a step to save every drop of water.
If you are looking for the best Commercial RO plants that can produce significantly less wastewater, check out Netsol’s Commercials RO plants. These purifiers save technology and help storage of the rejected water efficiently.
Netsol Water incorporates the latest technology that conforms to the predefined industrial standards and quality. Therefore you don’t have to worry about the quality and services. We are one of the most cost-effective companies in commercial RO plant manufacturing.
Contact us to discuss your requirements. We can be reached at 9650608473, or feel free to leave your query at email@example.com.