Freshwater is an extremely rare & valuable source. Water covers more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface, but mostly salty and undrinkable. The available freshwater resource is only 2.7% of the available water on earth but only 1% of the available freshwater (in lakes, rivers and groundwater) is accessible.
2.2 billion people lack access to safely managed drinking water services. Contaminated water and poor sanitation arelinked to transmission of diseases such as cholera,diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, and polio. At least 1.2 billion people worldwide are estimated to drink water that is not protected against contamination from faeces.
With these figures in mind, one cannot simply believe to not have a good water filtration system in their house. Comes in RO, presently the most advanced water filtration system in the market.
However, the RO systems have gained a lot of negative publicity lately. But most of these claims are not supported by any major research.
This eBook will give you a detailed research based overview on the truth behind the use of RO water…
- WATER STATISTICS
- DRINKING WATER PROBLEMS IN INDIA
- WATER QUALITY
- CHEMICAL WATER QUALITY
- PHYSICAL & MICROBIOLOGICAL WATER QUALITY
- PURIFICATION VS FILTRATION VS TREATMENT
- TYPES OF WATER PURIFIERS
- FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CHOICE OF WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM
- DRINKING WATER CONSUMPTION & MINERALS IN WATER
- THE RO (REVERSE OSMOSIS) CONTROVERSY