Water purification

Water purification
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  • Hey! It's Wally! For us to get to Huron Park it takes a lot of travelling!
  • And then they join us with our great friend Chlorine!
  • First, we are pumped out of the ground and sent through pipelines. Then we stop at a water purification plant. We are pumped under pressure of about 80 pounds per square inch.
  • To make us healthy for the students at Huron Park. They must remove the Calcium, Magnesium, and other Metal Ions floating around us.
  • Fluoride and Sodium are naturally found floating around with us.
  • This is called water softening, it lengthens the life of plumbing, so the metal doesn't rust out the pipes.
  • Fluoride is healthy because they prevent cavities. But too much Sodium could be harmful to some.
  • Now that Chlorine has neutralized the metals. And more chemicals were added to disinfect the germs and bacteria at the purification plant. Huron Park students are ready to drink!
  • Wow! I love Huron Parks water, I'm going to drink it every day!
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