You can talk about clean water. You can write about clean water. You can voice concerns about clean water. You can raise awareness about clean water, but what is actually being done about purifying the world’s water supply today? Clean water is an investment in the future of the world.
Purified water is very rapidly becoming one of the most valuable commodities in the world and as climate change tightens water supplies for both agriculture and drinking, the urgency is apparent. According to a report released by the United States Department of the Interior, previous work by climate scientists has validated the findings of the long term effects of climate change on Western water supplies. The report presents that projected changes in temperature and precipitation are likely to alter the quality and quantity of stream flows in all Western river basins, creating water shortages in the summer. These studies not only apply to the Western water tables but the world’s supply of fresh water.
Bob Guardino from Welenco Water Well Technology Inc. said, “Our company in California is meeting this environmental challenge head on. Welenco has been actively involved in saving and restoring existing water wells throughout the western United States for three decades now. Our state-of-the-art equipment provides services to save and restore existing wells and purify aquifer water supplies. We use down-hole television cameras and geophysical logging equipment to identify problems in wells in order to come up with the best and most cost effective solutions. Some of these well problems include plugging, wear and tear, along with broken and collapsed casings.”
“Welenco has patent pending tools that combine hydraulic driven swages, with special types of brushes and well fishing tools, in one piece of equipment that can be used to repair and clean well casings and retrieve items contaminating wells to bring them back to purified drinking water.”
“The hydraulic swage tool we use under pressure reforms broken steal casings. The machine is precise enough to work in screen, PVC, and fiberglass wells, as well as oil and gas wells. The brush attachment cleans the well and restores its efficiency to increase the water available. Welenco has been utilizing this equipment for decades and with recent innovations is now in the process of manufacturing so as other water pump companies worldwide can use this technology.”
“We have an acid recovery system that can be used to remove contaminates, and also recover the acid used in the cleaning process for reuse at the rate of up to 100 gallons per minute, removing more than 95% of all acid from the water.”
Clean water is imperative for sustaining life for future generations. Welenco Water Well Technology have patent pending technology to custom build fixed or portable water treatment systems, with the ability to treat any waste stream and return the effluent to potable quality water, including waste streams composed of inorganic and organic compounds as well as biological pollutants. With this technology third world countries, especially, should never be without free-flowing purified water.
It is anticipated that the water treatment system will have many other applications to add to its purifying features. Welenco Water Well Technology’s acid recovery system is expected to be utilized in all manner of water purification, expeditiously in the case of a natural catastrophe or any other emergency situations that require potable water.
Bob Guardino explained, “Our patent pending processes can be used for total liquid waste remediation regardless of the liquid, and independent of whether the contaminants are suspended or dissolved. As such, our processes are applicable to the entire spectrum of effluents found in any type of industrial plant, be they glass plants, metal fabrication, paint facilities, paper mills, wood treatment facilities, mine tailing ponds, bilge water cleanup, power generation plant blow-down water ponds, insecticide and chemical plants or any other forms of waste, including those containing PCB, TCE, TNT, MTBE and other toxic waste substances.”
“The water treatment system can also be used as pretreatment for reverse osmosis (RO) filtration and dramatically reduces RO membrane fouling. In turn, this reduces the frequency of backwashing the RO membrane thereby extending the RO membrane life.”
The environment is as important as the air we breathe and clean water is imperative for sustaining life. Can the Entertainment Industry make a difference to the children of the world? Yes it can. 'We are the world, we are the children', the entertainment industry has a voice that can be heard.
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