Applications & Solutions
Water has many industrial applications and it often requires treatment and disinfection. This may involve treating the water prior to use, afterwards in order to make wastewater safer, or a combination of both.
With our chemical engineering credentials and experience in the industry, including working for major utility providers as well as with many different businesses, Prodose has both the qualifications and track record to be your expert partner when it comes to advice on all aspects of water supply and disposal.
Another reason to work with us is the fact that we are not agents for equipment suppliers nor are we tied to any contracts with equipment manufacturers, so the advice we offer is truly impartial.
Our aim on any project is always the same: to find the best possible way to solve your water treatment and disinfection requirements, while respecting your processes and preferred methods of working as much as possible.
We can help with:
Drinking water treatment
Boreholes and private water sources
And much more. Whatever your water-related issue, talk to us for an unbiased, expert view.
Our advice is completely impartial because we don’t have contracts or partnerships with any specific equipment vendors. If you would like to assess your existing disinfection system or process and see what improvements might be possible, we are the experts you need to talk to.
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