How the water purification business is changing Newsweek
Business Insider/Business Insider/Associated PressThe world’s largest purifier is expanding, and it’s not a new idea.
As the world’s population grows and cities become more polluted, more and more water supplies are needed to meet the demands of cities.
And the technology is changing, and the companies that make it are changing, too.
The water purifiers are called electrolysis, and they’re part of a larger shift in the industry.
The electrolysis industry is booming as companies like DuPont, GE, and others are looking for ways to eliminate the need for a purifier by making their products more efficient.
It’s a trend that’s changing how water purifying is done, too, with the growing availability of electrolysis devices, according to a report from Water.
DuPont is the biggest manufacturer of electrolyzers.
And it’s working.
DuPont has already found a way to use its electrolysis technology to clean up its supply of water in New Orleans, Louisiana.
It has been working with the city to use a new electrolysis machine to remove the bacteria from the city’s wastewater system.
“The city has been very receptive and enthusiastic about our technology and our commitment to making sure we’re doing it right,” said DuPont CEO Dan Wojcik.
DuPlants’ Wojciechowski says the city has already been very impressed with its new machine.
The city is currently using the machine to clean water from its sewers, but that’s just the beginning of its plans.
In 2016, the city started using a second, more advanced electrolysis system.
And while the first one is still working to clean the wastewater, the company is working to expand its electrolyzer capacity, according the report.
The new machine is capable of removing more bacteria than the first system, but it still requires a much larger and more expensive system.
The DuPlant’s Wojchowski said the company has also partnered with a company called PureTech to further develop the machine.
In the future, Wojczys said the new machine could be used in water purifications that are less costly, as well.
He said the city is now working with a consortium of companies to develop a “water treatment system” that could be installed in the future.