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Drinking water management

Why drinking water needs to be treated?

Ground water and surface water in many areas are contaminated with Chemicals, Biological wastes, Micro-organisms etc, changing the aesthetic quality of water which makes water unfit for the intended use.

In cities most of the water sources are contaminated with pathogenic Bacteria, including E-Coli, due to the inflow of sewage into the ground water sources. Drinking contaminated water, causes serious health problems and spreads epidemic diseases.

Drinking water treatment

Green Water Technical team carries out a careful examination of the water sample and designs an appropriate treatment system that ensures treated water meets the standards of safe and pure drinking water.

Hardness Removal (Water Softening)

Water Softening is employed to reduce hardness, suspended solids, Silica and other potential foulants in water supplies. Hardness can be a problem in public water supplies. Metal ions react with soaps and calcium-sensitive detergents, hindering their ability to lather and forming a precipitate. Hardness ions also inhibit the cleaning effect of detergents. Calcium and magnesium carbonates can adhere to the surfaces of pipes and heat exchanger surfaces resulting in a build-up of scale that may restrict water flow. Green Water Concepts offers you the most effective softening solution based on water analysis which will give you soft water which is tasty and fit for other intended uses.

Iron and Manganese Removal

The presence of Iron and Manganese is probably the most common water problem faced by consumers. Iron and Manganese in excess usually results in discolored water, stains on clothing and floor tiles and also it affects the normal taste of water. Green Water Concepts designs the right Iron and Manganese removal system which brings down Iron and Manganese to the acceptable level in drinking water.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis is one of the best methods to remove the excess salts present in the water. Green Water Concepts offers a wide range of RO Plants starting from 10LPH to 3000LPH for domestic commercial water application and industrial RO plants with capacities 5000LPH or more.

Residential 6-stage RO Water Purification units

Green Water RO Water Purification Systems provide a continuous supply of clean, fresh drinking water for cooking application. Eliminate up to 99% of dissolved impurities, Chlorine, Fluoride, Microorganisms and heavy metals such as Barium, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead and Mercury from your water which is hazardous for health. Use RO purified water for drinking, cooking and increase health benefits.

Ultraviolet Water Purification

UV treatment is an excellent choice to eliminate biological contamination from most home drinking water, whether your home is on a municipal water system or untreated well water. Its sole purpose is to kill harmful biological contaminants to provide good, clean drinking water that is essential to everyone’s health. Green Water Concepts analyzes the water sample and selects the right disinfection system such as pre-chlorination, UV System or Ozone system.

Waste Water Treatment

Why Treat Wastewater?

It’s a matter of caring for our environment and for our own health. There are a lot of good reasons why we should keep our environment clean. If it is not properly cleaned, water can carry diseases. Since we live, work and play so close to water, harmful bacteria have to be removed to make water safe.

Untreated sewage from failed conventional septic systems or sewage discharged directly into the environment can percolate into groundwater, contaminating drinking-water wells with pathogens. The discharge of untreated sewage to streams can spread disease through direct or indirect contact.

Green Water Engineers have proven experience in designing and installing sewage treatment plants as per the requirement.

Sewage Treatment Plant

Green Water specializes in providing turnkey solutions for designing, development and installation of sewage treatment plants. We focus on conventional treatment plants as well as microbial treatment process which is eco-friendly and avoid the usage of chemicals which in turn result in reduced sludge. Compact sewage treatment plants can be streamlined for different stages of treatment such as aerobic treatment, extended aeration, activated sludge process etc. Our team of engineers works closely with the clients to provide cost-effective solutions for their specific needs.

During primary treatment, waste water is screened for the removal of solids, grit and primary sedimentation. The filter water is chlorinated for disinfection. Part of the wastewater is subjected to secondary treatment, which utilize special strains of aerobic bacteria (bacteria that need oxygen to grow) to break down the organic waste left after primary treatment. Secondary treatment process removes up to 95 percent of suspended solids in the waste stream and is significantly more effective than primary treatment in removing biologic pathogens from sewage.

We specialize in providing turnkey solutions for designing, development and installation of sewage treatment plants for hotels, auditoriums, residential complexes, hospitals etc,
We also provide prompt after sales services for trouble shooting and maintenance of the installed system.

Effluent treatment Plants

We have solutions for the treatment of waste and process water in laundry, car wash centres and industries. This water often contains organic materials such as acids, bases, salts, heavy metals and dyes.

Water Conservation

Over the years rising populations, growing industrialization, and expanding agriculture have pushed up the demand for water. Water conservation has become the need of the day. The idea of ground water recharging by harvesting rainwater is gaining importance in many cities.

Rainwater harvesting

Green Water Concepts provides consultancy services for Rainwater Harvesting. We undertake planning and designing suitable RWH system with specifications, estimates and guidelines for installations. We take necessary steps in site supervision. The designing and implementation of the RWH system is carried out as per the set guidelines of the Bureau of Indian Standards. We recommend and install, certified and best in class modular rainwater harvesting products.

Rainwater Collection

Rainwater collection systems were widely used before well drilling equipment and treated municipal water supplies became available. In many parts of the world, rainwater still provides the majority of the water needed to meet agricultural requirements and, in some cases, potable water as well.

Most rainwater collection systems are designed to capture rainwater from the roofs of buildings. The water is then transported through catchments and other pipes into tanks, where it is stored until needed. The water collected can be used for irrigation, laundry, hygiene, or even potable water, depending upon the materials used and the treatment undertaken by the homeowner. A typical rainwater collection system consists of the following:

  • A collection area (usually the roof)
  • A method of conveying the water (gutters, downspouts, and piping)
  • A filtering device usually sand filter
  • A storage tank or cistern
  • A system to distribute the water as needed

Provided the rainwater is for non-drinking water purposes, virtually any materials can be used in the collection system. However, if the rainwater will also be used to meet the potable water needs of a home’s residents, it is important that the homeowner use care in selecting materials and coatings which will come into contact with the water as it is collected, since some impurities can be picked up by the rainwater as it travels through the collection system.

Some materials, such as the asbestos roof materials, should not be part of any system used to provide drinking water. In addition, products such as asphalt shingles can contribute particulate matter into the water, requiring additional filtration before the water reaches the storage tank or cistern. In addition, lead materials in any form, such as lead flashing, should not be used in a rainwater collection system.

There are several options when it comes to selecting a storage container for the water. Most storage tanks or cisterns are constructed from concrete or fiberglass and can be located either above ground or below. If you do plan to use the collected rainwater for drinking, make sure the materials and/or coatings used in the construction of the storage reservoir have been tested to ensure they do not leach harmful contaminants into the water being stored. Regular microbiological testing should be performed on all non-municipal drinking water supplies to ensure the water does not contain any harmful forms of bacteria. The U.S. EPA recommends that consumers have their private water supplies checked at least annually for bacterial contamination by the local health department. In some situations, it may be necessary to install a home water treatment system to disinfect the water or to filter other impurities from the rainwater supply.


When it comes to using rainwater for potable water purposes, it’s important that consumers use materials and components that have been tested for their safety in such applications. The NSF Rainwater Catchment System Testing Program reviews products such as gutters, roofing materials, and coating products to ensure they do not impart contaminants into the water at levels that exceed EPA health guidelines. In addition, many of the tanks and tank coatings that can be used to store rainwater can also be tested to ensure they meet the health effects requirements of today’s public health standards.

Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation is unquestionably of great importance to all of us, since we rely on energy for everything we do every single day. Energy supplies are limited and, to maintain a good quality of life, we must find ways to use energy wisely. Reducing the amount of energy that we use is a good way to save money, and there are also other benefits to decreasing energy consumption.

For example, a large portion of the energy we use is derived from oil. Some experts claim that we will run out of oil in just few decades. As natural resources used to produce energy become scarce, the cost of energy will most likely increase.

Also, toxins and pollution are released into the atmosphere during the production and consumption of energy. Not only are we running out of some valuable natural resources, we are also destroying the environment in the process of using them!

A solar panel is a packaged, connected assembly of photo-voltaic cells. The solar panel can be used to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each panel is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 450 watts. The efficiency of a panel determines the area of a panel given the same rated output – an 8% efficient 230 watt panel will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt panel. Because a single solar panel can produce only a limited amount of power, most installations contain multiple panels. A photo-voltaic system typically includes an array of solar panels, an inverter, and sometimes a battery and or solar tracker and interconnection wiring.

Green Water Concepts promotes the idea of alternative energy source as a part of the company’s GREEN AGENDA.

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