We hardly even think about it, but it’s essential to almost everything we know and do: water.

“What I never realized and I’ve grown to appreciate a lot is that it is truly a privilege for us to just walk up to pretty much anywhere in the U.S. and turn on a faucet and have running water that’s drinkable…” says Paul Frail, Senior Technical Leader at Suez Water Technologies & Solutions.

Tune in for eye-opening information about water, including:

  • The three types of control necessary for water treatment: corrosion, deposition, and microbiological (and how this relates to the Erin Brockovich story)
  • The reuse and scarcity of water
  • The indispensability of industrial cooling systems, how they work, and in what ways they can contribute to harmful algal blooms in lakes, streams, rivers, and oceans
  • Under what circumstances individuals should consider a filtration or water softening system in their home
  • How to access a report of the quality of your municipal water

Suez Water Technologies & Solutions serves an extremely important function, which is to handle all of the water utilities for industrial companies, including refineries, hospitals, food and beverage, petrochemical plants, and power plants. Without having access to running, usable water, none of these industries that we rely so heavily on could exist.

Press play and visit https://www.suezwatertechnologies.com/ to learn more about water, how to ensure yours is safe to drink, and what you can do to protect the environment while using it.

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