Cost Factors of Municipal Water Has Social Values and Scientific Applications
Keywords:Life, Water, Economic, Quality, Chemical
Water (H2O) is an important bio-chemical compound and it has life-supporting role. Water purification is a scientific process of chemical treatment. High-quality water demand for pure chemical synthesis such as boiler feedwater. Drug industries welcome centralized compared to onsite treatment, recycling technologies considering economics of scale. Boiled Feed (V) Water is important for IVF (Inter Venus Fluid) and its comparative costs and lessons learned could be used to build treatment facilities. Government policy and regulations, economic cost, corporate sustainability, environmental agency can enforce to get high-quality water.
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