1. Source   2. Treatment   3. Distribution   4. Storage   5. Use   6. Collection  7. Discharge     1. Source: the water has to come from somewhere. Often, it comes from surface water like lakes, rivers and reservoirs. But it doesn’t have to. Groundwater can also be pumped up via wells. In Mallorca the main reservoirs are Gorg Blau and Cúber. We also have 3 main natural springs of water, which are Font de la Vila, Font de Mestre Pere and Font D´en Baster. Moreover, we also need the support from the Son Tugores water purification plant (industrial reverse osmosis technology) and the IDAM Bahia de

Is the water in Mallorca that I drink at home save and of high quality? Bottled water, filtrated or from the faucet?

These days, in the wake of COVID19, we have numerous questions from customers concerned about the quality and safety of the water they drink. For this reason, this month we dedicate our Newsletter to the quality and safety of the water you drink at home. We can classify water into three different categories according to its quality and type of application: water for irrigation, for hygiene and cleaning at home and drinking water which requires the highest level of quality and safety. Fresh, clean water used for cooking and drinking. Unfortunately, in the Balearic Islands, the quality of municipal water (or wells) does not have the quality or

We will participate at ETV, Mallorca

Feria ETV is the only holiday tourist housing fair held in Mallorca. We will be in Sa Pobla during the month of May. Visit us at Booth No. 9

We will be at Aquatech 2019, Amsterdam

Aquatech Amsterdam is the world’s leading water fair for the purification and treatment of water and wastewater. We will be there from November 5 to 8.

The scientific facts about plastic

Test about your knowledge of micro-plastics to help us raise awareness. Do you know your single-use microplastics? Test your knowledge in the questionnaire on pollution of plastics in the ocean Source: BBC

Microplastic discovered in humans all over the planet

A new global study that provides the first real evidence that microplastics are now within humans raises serious concerns about the implications for health. This is according to Bluewater, a world leader in water purification technology and solutions. Article in English. (Source: Bluewater group).

Giant plastic hunter for the Pacific to clean the ocean.

When a Dutch teenager went swimming in the sea in Greece seven years ago, he was surprised to see more plastic than fish. In fact, Boyan Slat was so horrified by the pollution that he soon started campaigning to clean the oceans. For a long time, few people took him seriously. Here was a boy who left the university with a crazy idea that surely could never work. (Source BBC).