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Water Treatment
Water Treatment

Water treatment is the process of removing impurities that could compromise the quality of water. The processes employed would depend on the point of use, which may be for drinking, utility, industrial, and irrigation.

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Reverse osmosis should generally be able to remove extracellular microcystin and cylindrospermopsin. However, it is recommended to conduct site specific tests since removal efficiency depends on the membrane and the raw water source and quality.