Finding practical water treatment systems for smaller communities in remote locations can be a real challenge. Traditional systems require advanced operators which can be hard to find in small communities. They also come with multi-million dollar price tags which are simply too expensive to justify. We offer a full spectrum of proven, turn-key systems designed to meet rigorous municipal water treatment guidelines at a fraction of the cost that you might expect. From skid mounted membrane based systems for micro communities to containerized water treatment plants for mid to larger size communities, we can tailor a solution for your community.
Municipal water treatment systems require advanced technologies in order to meet tough drinking water guidelines and regulations. But that doesn’t mean they have to be complicated, over designed and over budget. Contact us for more information about our line of membrane based water treatment plants suitable for communities ranging from 50 people to 50,000 people. We offer ceramic ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, desalination, ultraviolet light, residual chlorination, tannin and THM remediation, specialized media and more.
Global Hydration has the experience and logistics team to support requirements around the globe.
We’ve coordinated dedicated air shipments of humanitarian aid to places like Haiti, Syria and Turkey. We’ve supported disaster aid teams in the heat of Panama and the cold of Canada’s north. We ship to remote first nations communities, mining exploration camps and fly-in fishing camps. We also offer fulfillment services, packaging solutions and warehousing services for Canadian product distribution.
Expedited air cargo, sea cargo, LTL, common courier, bus, float plane we’re dedicated to get your shipment delivered each and every time, on time. Our network of shippers and expediters has been built on quality, reliability and experience.
We offer specialty services and support including notary work, stamps and certifications, commercial invoices, brokerage, insurance and more.
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