Today, big companies and major world economies are stepping up their game to adopt sustainable practices and processes. They are integrating new systems that can reduce environmental damage and health risks. It is now more important than ever for industrial organizations to save energy, reduce water consumption, and prevent pollution of any kind.
That’s why companies like Dynamic Water Technologies are changing the world. Their innovations in processed water treatment are currently saving billions of gallons of water around the globe. This is because their system is cutting down organizations’ water consumption by as much as 80 percent. This company’s efforts to revolutionize cooling tower water treatment involves absolutely no chemicals, instead capitalizing on natural processes to achieve the purpose.
When it comes to industrial water treatment companies, more and more organizations are seeking out technology that will reduce costs and resource consumption. This also includes contributing to environmental efforts. This innovative system of cooling water treatment uses real-time monitoring to naturally detect and remove scale, heavy metal buildup, while preventing corrosion and killing bio-contamination. This prevents the spread of serious diseases such as Legionnaires’.
Moreover, the reactor system built by this company is unlike any other cooling tower chemical treatment used widely. It is backed up by years of study and scientific research by founder David Sherzer. During his research, Sherzer came up with a groundbreaking algorithm and the necessary equipment for accurately calculating the conditions required for natural industrial water treatment.
Today, these systems have been integrated in numerous industries. This includes mining, power plants, refineries, pharmaceutical manufacturing, data centers, forest products, food production, hospitals, and commercial buildings, among others. Some notable clients have boasted of these systems’ success. The Siemens 50mw Solar Pant in Spain estimated their annual water savings at as much as 65 million gallons of water!
As increasing numbers of organizations adopt these kinds of systems, a sustainable, clean, and safe world is no longer a distant reality.