Filtration Plants

About Filtration Plant

A structure known as a water filtration plant filters and purifies water by eliminating pollutants, dangerous substances, and poisonous substances from a water supply. Although other types of water can also be filtered inside a water filtration plant, most of these plants filter drinking water fit for human consumption.


Most of the time water filtration plants use groundwater. Spring water, wells are all examples of water that is derived from the ground. Although different soil and rock strata naturally filter this kind of water, it still needs to go through additional filtration.

Lakes and reservoirs are the other sources of water. Numerous lakes and reservoirs have low pH levels that need to be corrected. River, canal, and lowland reservoir water is processed at some water filtration facilities. These sources of water frequently have high concentrations with the bacteria, algae, and other dissolved elements.

Groundwater & Lakes

water filtration plants use groundwater, Lakes and reservoirs mostly.

Seawater Processing

In many water filtration facility, Seawater is also processed.

Other Sources

In a water filtration facility, drinking water can also be made from seawater and rainwater. Although some steps may differ from plant to plant, almost all water filtration facilities follow the same procedures to treat and filter water. Pre-treatment, which includes pumping, screening, storing, and conditioning water, is typically the initial stage of water purification.

All water must undergo a pH adjustment phase after pre-treatment in order to correct any unbalanced pH values. After that, water is put through a flocculation process that involves the addition of polymer, iron, and aluminium hydroxide and some other additional thing if needed.

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