The company uses the technology to help US companies recycle and reuse water without the use of chemicals.
They use a process called a “dynamic scale reactor”. It uses a low voltage current to draw calcium out of the water. It also forms chlorine to purify and disinfect water.
This process uses no chemicals and saves businesses millions of gallons of water.
According to DWT’s clients include Banner Health, NASA, and Los Angeles City Hall. Chief Operating Officer Michael Boyco..
“Each of these facilities saves millions of gallons per site, which is a huge savings. Normally, all the water that uses the cooling tower can be used as drinking water. It’s one of the most valuable things to do. We really need to save it, “Boiko said.
His goal is to protect our most valuable products and let other companies know that we have the technology to move forward now before the water crisis becomes insurmountable.
“A few years ago, Cape Town, South Africa was short of water. In major cities around the world, we were short of water. That’s what I’m trying to educate people about what can happen here. We need to be a better admin of this resource we have because it is definitely finite. We have a limited amount and we need to protect what we have. ” Said.
According to Dynamic Water Technologies, Arizona does not provide incentives for businesses and institutions to save water. But before Congress, there is a bill to establish a grant program for future large-scale recycling projects.
This story was originally published by Jorge Torres of KNXV.
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