Which water treatment plants are certified for water purification?

Clarifier Water Treatment (CWTP) certification is the gold standard for water treatment.

CWTP requires water to be treated before it can be used for drinking or bathing.

The water must be treated with chlorine before it is allowed to enter the water treatment system.

The process involves adding a layer of chlorine to the water to prevent the chlorine from reacting with organic compounds in the water.

The chlorine will also be diluted in order to prevent it from contaminating the water with bacteria and other contaminants.

The CWTP certification process takes about five years to complete and requires a five-year cycle.

However, some facilities may not have enough qualified workers to complete the process.