When it is said water is potable that means it is safe to drink. There are plenty of water treatment processes that increase the quality of water to make it more acceptable for drinking and other essential purposes.
This [course_title] is specifically intended to illustrate the process of producing potable water in a large quantity. You will additionally learn the modern desalination processes for producing drinkable water from saline or undrinkable sources.
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Course Credit: Open Learn
|lec1 Introduction of potable water treatment||00:10:00|
|lec2 Some facts about water||00:10:00|
|lec3 The hydrological cycle||01:40:00|
|lec4 The natural aquatic environment||04:10:00|
|lec5 Water treatment||05:00:00|
|lec6 Water supply||01:40:00|
|lec7 Conclusion of potable water treatment||00:05:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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