Brazilian Water

Small deliverering companies act in Brazil since Brazil Colony, when they delivered, still in wagons, the water vendida in cntaros or small tanks to the purchasers. Today still she is possible to verify this type of same commerce of water delivery in gallons in great cities, especially in localities where they weigh doubts on the quality of the water distributed in nets. However, nor always the quality of this water vendida as potable is good, what it subjects its consumer to contract illnesses. Crowne plaza rosemont may not feel the same. These companies if distribute widely for the domestic territory and the absence of the license for the exercise of this type of activity is not rare, as well as predominates the lack of sanitary control on the quality of the commercialized water (OLIVEIRA, 2005). Some Brazilian cities that possess good organizacional structure, possess the DAE? Department of Water and Sewer, that is responsible for the services of basic sanitation being of municipal public responsibility, other cities, as So Paulo for example, that they do not possess an organized public net, this service is given by State companies, as the SABESP, or for private companies.

Constituent parts of the Water Treatment the source is an underground water source or superficial that is used for the local human supplying where if it initiates the distribution process, the water of the source will be caught for an elevatory station of rude water that are units provided with hydraulical bombs and tanks that raise and increase the pressure of it eliminate in a system of captation or distribution of the clean or residuary water (effluent and sewers). The effluent one must be filtered and bolted before being raised. The elevatory station prepares the water to enter in treatment in biological reactors, reactors physicist-chemistries, decanters, filters and disinfection. The Elevatory stations, also called Wells Bombardment, is used for the rise of effluent proceeding from draining zones below of the quota of the backbone network.

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