You are able to drink clean water, wash dishes with it and do your laundry in it, all thanks to water treatment systems. These systems purify untreated raw water and deliver it to every household that needs clean water supply.
There are actually two water treatment types, namely passive and active. Here are several advantages of passive treatment systems over active ones.
Lower Operational Costs
A passive treatment system works by installing chemical or biological agents, such as limestone or good bacteria to treat water. They do not have automated machinery that active systems have, which means passive water treatments cost less to operate.
Simpler Maintenance Requirements
Active water treatment relies on machinery, such as large pumps and complex filters, to purify the water. Because they have a lot of components, active water treatment is demanding to maintain. A passive water treatment needs simple maintenance because it has fewer components.
Can Work With Difficult Terrain
Some areas where water treatment is needed might prove too steep or difficult to enter. It would be hard to install active water system with its complex components in this scenario, but passive water systems can work with these natural sites just as fine.
Cleans Without Noise
An effect of having many working components is that it could become noisy when the machinery processes volumes of water. Passive water treatment does the process quietly because it does not have aerators, big pumps or other parts that might generate noise.
Passive water treatment systems can be better alternatives than active ones because they are simpler, easier to maintain, and good for any site.
Moreover, passive water treatment systems do not use harmful chemicals or external energy, which means they are eco-sustainable. By going passive, you avoid depleting natural resources while being environmentally friendly.