SOCIAL IMPACT

Increased levels of toxic contaminants in our public water supplies have become a global threat to humanity.

 

A large contributing factor includes drought, climate variances, and seismic events around the world.

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The devastation is only the beginning as water supplies are disrupted, contaminated, and rendered useless to humans.

 

FOR EXAMPLE:

The advent of Covid-19 and other diseases that can be passed on to humans through our water supply and wastewater disposal system.

 PFAS, PFOB, and other toxins from plastics alone are everywhere in America’s water supply, which are damaging "Forever Chemicals" in your body.

Common pharmaceuticals are found in our water supplies which are being passed on from humans into our sewer systems and finding their way into drinking water aquifers.

70% of all water is used in farming. Complex compounds of pesticides and other agricultural related chemicals contribute in ways in which it may take years to assess the overall impact on humans.

Industries such as oil & gas, mining, dairy farms, feedlots and other industry bi-products percolate into drinking supplies at higher rates with increased populations.

100 plus year-old water infrastructure and filtration technology is no longer capable of  removing these contaminants from our potable water supply. As a result, the short- and long-term effects on the human body are subtly deteriorating our overall physical and mental health.  Boiled water and "DO NOT DRINK" warnings are becoming commonplace in cities across America.

 

 

CETI’s 21st century, 4th Industrial Revolution technologies mitigates all such contaminates to United Nations SDG6 level protocols (Sustained Development Growth Requisites), removing 99.999% of all associated contaminates. 

 

CETI’s stationary, mobile and modular water filtration and treatment systems unequivocally serve the following markets:

HUMANITARIAN

  • Disaster relief

  • Potable water for cities, villages, towns

  • Potable water for resorts, and hotels

  • Potable water for refugee camps

  • Military, NATO, Red Cross Hospitals

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MUNICIPAL

  • Contaminated wells

  • Sewage treatment

  • Wastewater reclamation

  • Storm water runoff sanitization

  • Drinking water

  • Swimming pools. (Our technology removes cryptosporidium and giardia).

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COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL

  • Electronics manufacturing

  • Food processing

  • Pharmaceuticals

  • Beverage bottling

  • Industrial cooling towers

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AGRICULTURE

  • Produce washing, vegetable packing

  • Meat packing

  • Pathogen free water for greenhouses

  • Irrigation water sanitization

  • Greenhouse irrigation

  • Farm/livestock runoff and waste treatment

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Maritime

  • Cruise ships - potable water

  • Naval vessels - potable water

  • Cargo ships - potable water

  • Ship ballast water sanitization prior to discharge

  • Pleasure craft - potable water

WHERE IS OUR WATER GOING?

 

                   

It takes about 200 gallons to make the loaf of bread you buy at the store.

It takes 500 gallons to grow the grain for feed and the water needed to produce a pound of chicken.

A ¼ pound of beef needed 490 gallons.

The fries from a single potato needs 100 gallons.

 A glass of orange juice takes 45 gallons.

  The single sheet of A4 paper you throw out takes about 8 gallons.

 In order to drink coffee in the morning the world population requires 1.5 times the annual Rhine River runoff!

Corn takes 110 gallons per plant and consumes 8% of global water use.

The cotton shirt you might wear today needed 650 gallons of water from rain, irrigation and diluting the                  wastewater made during the process.

 

In most cases mother nature is assisting with rainwater, but it gets more interesting with industries.

Fertilizers and chemicals are used in almost all agricultural growth. These chemicals go through the plants and into the water tables below. Growing something organically requires pulling up water from water tables a long way from fertilized crops. Wheat is using about 12% of global water used for agriculture. Keeping any grain organically raised is pretty tough due to encroaching ground water contaminates.

 

Steel, plastics, pharmaceuticals, mining and oil production require billions of gallons of water for production every day.  The water has to be cleaned (remediated) as part of the process. One can only imagine how the chemical pollutants slipping through are affecting our rivers, lakes, streams and aquifers for years to come.

 

Municipal sludge from our sewer systems that come from washing the dishes, taking showers, flushing the toilets, etc. require billions of gallons to be properly cleaned. Fortunately, every community generally addresses “sludge” however, a large percentage of sludge remediation is not done properly. Growing populations create growing problems with municipal waste streams.

CETI has the technology that can eliminate those chemicals and toxins from our wastewater for less than any other system in the world.  

 

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