Water Treatment Systems

Water Treatment Systems

Nobody can deny the fact that existence of life on earth is impossible without water and 80% of all human illnesses can be eliminated with the use of clean and pure water. Hence, it is imperative to give special attention to its purity. Drinking water supplies in Nigeria is fast becoming questionable, as industrialization and urbanization is on the increase and so is the consequence of this change to our water resource. There is a high demand for water for different uses of with unique requirements. The downside of this globalization has introduced pollution and heavy contaminants into the water bodies which regulatory bodies are to monitor. The groundwater which is a prevalent source of water for most people, is prone to pollution from; infiltration of surface run-off, recharge from surface water carrying contaminants, injection of wastewater into the ground, leaking sewer lines or pipes, leakages for the oil pipelines and so on.

However, this concern calls for the need to improve the water quality for various uses by introducing treatment processes to produce safe and potable water. At Law and Logan Engineering we provide services in water treatment solutions for all type of applications, from domestic uses to industrial turnkey plants of varying capacities. Our technical team is fully furnished with the know-how in all water-related challenges that will guarantee you a cost-efficient and sustainable solution to meeting your water quality requirements.

We deal daily with clients from various sectors: commercial, industrial, hotels and schools requiring safe and potable water for their employees, visitors, students and occupants. We also provide water treatment solutions for industries requiring cooling plants, chemical factories, demineralized water of unique water characteristics and medical grade water for hospital. We have developed a number of process systems for the treatment of water utilizing various technologies including:

  • Reverse Osmosis filtration
  • UV disinfection
  • Ultrafiltration
  • Chemical oxidation and dosing
  • Softening – Desalination plants