In Europe there are significant challenges in terms of water and quantity. As reflected in the blueprint for the protection of water resources in Europe, almost half of freshwater in Europe is at risk of not achieving good ecological standards, the main objective of the EU Framework Directive for 2015, with detrimental effects on biodiversity and public health and impeding the provision of ecosystem services. Water is an important resource, but it faces major challenges, such as water shortage, pollution and degradation of the ecosystem. These challenges are increasing, but the climate is constantly changing and the inhabitants of the world are increasing.
Novelties in sewage treatment can:
- Reduce the cost of waste water treatment and recycling
- Reduce environmental pollution
- Optimize the detection of chemical and biological pollutants at very low levels
- Increase the total number of Water Products
- Reduce Hazard on pollution exposure
- Reduce the gap between water supply and demand
Important investment and industrial technology are essential for maintaining water supply systems within Europe and in other developed countries. As we find that in one article most sewage innovations focus on the promise that water can be a valuable resource. Scientists in this industry focus on developing advanced technology to reuse wastewater and make these technologies more efficient.
We are challenged to find better ways to control water and reduce the negative impact on the environment. The shared objectives of laboratories and technology developers include increased efficiency in industrial processes, minimize environmental constraints and promote available water supply. Due to the lack of appropriate methods of handling sewage, environmental compartments are further analyzed. Effective and appropriate methods for removing contaminants are a challenge for high environmental and public health significance. New economic, environmentally friendly and simple methods for water treatment are necessary.
We need new solutions that meet both technical and economic criteria. Innovation needs to be improved how industries and municipalities manage their water resources at lower costs and higher quality. For these cost-effective and high-quality innovations to become water utilities, scientists and technology manufacturers need to collaborate closely. The financial cost of reuse of water is a rigorous issue for the private sector and the public sector, where we, as technology manufacturers have to focus on. The common objectives of water physics include increased efficiency in procedures, while minimizing environmental constraints, preserving public investment and increasing service charges than necessary water supply.