For a long time the water cycle has been dealt with as being a set of separate processes, such as the production of drinking water for the general population, the production of water for industrial processes, purification of communal waste water, and finally the reuse of treated water.
Moreover, the design was carried without bearing in mind the operational aspects of these plants, even though the related costs were by far much larger than the investment costs.
The time has ended where water treatment companies are equipment or product suppliers and have only one fragmented approach to the water cycle.
The future will be the global management integrating all the activities harmoniously such as the operation of the water treatment and production plants.
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