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Drinking Water Pretreatment

Pretreatment with source water monitoring

Source water can be vulnerable to accidental or intentional contaminants and weather related or seasonal changes. Monitoring the quality of your incoming source water enables you to anticipate changes to the treatment process that are needed to react to storms, algal blooms, industrial discharge, chemical spills, reservoir stratification and turnover, construction activity, sewage spills, and other natural or manmade occurrences. Depending on your facility size and location, your source water could be groundwater, surface water, anything in between, or a blend of two or more source waters.

Explore the variables associated with monitoring different forms of source water below, or make a selection based on your specific facility needs.

Drinking water can come from many sources.



Learn about pretreatment source water monitoring

Protect your budget and reduce operating costs for various types of source water. Select a source water type to get started.


Groundwater Surface Water Blended Water