Bluewater purified water solution allows communities all over the world to turn polluted and waste water into clean drinking water.
The company’s global overview on the development of water treatment systems is related to the environment, plant breeding, and biotechnology improvement.
Their approach focusses on phytodepuration (phyton = plant and depurare = clean, purify). That process eliminates contaminant agents from waste waters by means of complex biological and physicochemical processes involving plants in the aquatic ecosystem.
Phytodepuration occurs naturally in ecosystems which receive contaminated waters, and it has been the classical system for water quality recovery, together with water self-purification. The process occurs in natural wetlands as well as in constructed ones.
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Bluewater phytodepuration is applied as photosynthetic organisms intervene, and those organisms can be plants or macroscopic or microscopic algae.
Removing lead and most other toxic metal, chemical, and organic contaminants from tap drinking water, a high-performance Bluewater Pro water purifier can generate up to 1,826 US gallons (6,912 L) of purified water every day, which substantially reduces the need to purchase single use plastic bottles.
The technology also slashes the water wastage commonly associated with reverse osmosis by up to 79%.