WATER PURIFICATION

MOHIT DALAL, KARTIK CHOUDHARY


Summary

Drinking water scarcity is a major and unaddressed problem in salt farming region. Its hard to reach every home daily in that vast area so they have a supply of fresh water once in 15 days and have to store it in tanks in their small temporary houses. They have lots of saline water in wells lying around that they use for farming and they are bound to drink that it once fresh water is over.

So we had to purify that saline water to make potable water. Generally there are three major ways:

1) Filtration 2) Electrolysis 3) Distillation

Filtration of such water will clog the filter pores and require high pressure for the process while electrolysis would require lots of electricity.


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