Reduce Costs, Improve Water Quality, and Meet
DBPR Requirements with Nutri-Mg++
Nutri-Mg++ is a process for enhancing the treatment of potable water and fortifying the water with magnesium,
an essential nutrient.
Comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Requirements for the Disinfection Byproducts Rules (DBPRs) in an easy, cost-effective way:
Reduce the need for corrosive, acidic flocculating and settling chemistries, such as alum and iron salts,
Improve the performance of filtration within the potable treatment process,
Eliminate the need for pH enhancement modifiers, such as lime and caustic soda, and
Optimize corrosion and scale inhibitors throughout the distribution system.
Contact us today to see if Nutri-Mg++ is right for your utility.
NUTRI-MG++ ENHANCED WATER TREATMENT PROCESS
Adding properly refined and processed magnesia results in consistently improved alkalinity. This makes meeting EPA requirements attainable and delivers multiple additional benefits.
IMPROVED PUBLIC HEALTH
Magnesium is an essential nutrient for human health and is often lacking in the American diet. Magnesium has been shown to lower the risk of:
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Migraine Headaches
- High Blood Pressure
- Heart Disease & Stroke
ENHANCED WATER TREATMENT
Substituting divalent Magnesium Hydroxide for the sodium from monovalent Caustic Soda, Soda Ash and/or other chemistries, results in multiple plant benefits including:
- Enhanced coagulation, flocculation and sedimentation
- Improved TOC removal in biofiltration
- Reduced inorganic sludge
Substituting Magnesium Hydroxide for Caustic Soda, Soda Ash and/or other chemistries results in improved process performance, as well as improved safety for handlers:
- Sodium from caustic increases hypertension and is hazardous in-plant
- Calcium adds temporary hardness and potentially, scale
- Magnesium adds permanent hardness and no scale
Nutri-Mg++ directly impacts your bottom line through improved plant performance, including:
- Reduced addition of alum, iron and caustic
- Reduced polymer addition
- Fewer chemical deliveries required