ABOUT GENESIS WATER TECHNOLOGIES
Genesis Water Technologies is an award-winning water treatment engineering solutions firm with manufacturing capabilities that specializes in drinking water & wastewater reuse solutions. We specialize in serving industries and communities across the world in meeting their water quality challenges through advanced treatment solutions and services founded upon innovation and collaboration.
We assist industrial and commercial clients in solving their process water and wastewater treatment issues, while maintaining compliance with ever changing governmental regulations and the effects of water scarcity.
We help municipal, governmental and non-governmental clients with their drinking water and waste water challenges with emerging water contaminants and water scarcity.
Our Services & Solutions
- Engineering Consulting Services for Drinking Water & Wastewater Process Optimization
- GWT Advanced Modular Drinking Water / Wastewater Treatment & Reuse Solutions
- Engineered System Integration & Specialized Treatment Medias
Who we work with:
We work in association with qualified civil & consulting engineering, distinguished representation, and EPC construction partners worldwide to specify and integrate GWT water & wastewater treatment solutions for clients in the following industry sectors:
- Energy (Oil/Gas, Mining, Petrochemical and Power Generation)
- Agriculture, Food & Beverage Water Treatment
- Hotels/Resort Chains
- Municipalities & Water Utilities
What makes us different:
Innovation is the key to everything we do. We are focused on serving as the technical partners of our construction and civil engineering partners in serving municipal and commercial/industrial clients to know your specific needs and provide specialized, advanced water treatment solutions that meet these specific needs now and into the future.
Genesis Water Technologies
555 Winderley Place, Suite 300
Maitland, FL 32751
Phone: 877 267 3699
Contact: Nick Nicholas
Learn more about Genclean Advanced Oxidation water treatment for disinfection and oxidation of microbiological and emerging contaminants in commercial, industrial and water utility water treatment applications.
Clean water is a necessary resource for life, business, and the environment in which we live throughout the world.
The Genclean AQ application dosage guide is used to calculate the typically ppm usage for washing of vegetables/fruits based on method with comments of dosage washing duration.
A non-toxic, advanced oxidation (AOP) formula of minerals chelated with oxygen and stabilized in an aqueous water solution. It is a viable option in industries and applications requiring a solution to challenging situations where high level effective sanitization and oxidation is required. Read more to learn how the Genclean advanced oxidation treatment solutions can be used in different applications.
The paper and pulp industry is among the largest industrial users of water resources operating across the world. Typically, pulp and paper industry operations require on average about 54-70 m3 (18,000 gallons) of water per metric ton (2200 pounds) of processed paper goods. This water usage is staggering, and water is used in almost every single part of the pulp and paper manufacturing process. These paper mills produce significant quantities of both waste water and residual sludge waste from initial pulp digestion to pulp slurries, and washing the paper making machinery.
Due to vulnerability to water stress and drought conditions, commercial & industrial companies are taking control of their water management. This is accompanied by an increased investment in water recycling to reduce operational risk by focusing on sustainability wastewater treatment through decentralized recycling solutions.
According to recent data, published by EWG, 110 million Americans could possibly have Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contaminated drinking water sources.
Biological treatment processes are an important component in many wastewater treatment systems. They are one of the most efficient and effective ways of reducing organic material in wastewater. There are quite a few of them that have been researched and used over several decades. However, one of the most widely used conventional biological treatment process is the activated sludge process (ASP). Many sewage treatment plants use ASP in their secondary treatment steps due to the human and animal organic matter in the inlet waters of wastewater treatment plants.
Every stage in a wastewater treatment process is important to achieve the desired treatment results. However, primary treatment and tertiary are critical to the overall process. In the primary treatment process solids are reduced to a large extent. Without this step, subesequent treatment would be less effective. In tertiary treatment, harmful microbiological matter is rendered killed or inactive so that it will not cause sickness to those organism that encounter it.
Municipal Wastewater Treatment is the process of ejecting the harmful pollutants from wastewater. The main source of pollutants is the domestic use. The pollutants are treated by various methods like Physical, Chemical, and Biological process. The practice of municipal wastewater treatment is best encouraged these days. This treated resource is best for utilizing in raising the crops.
Sea water desalination is unequivocally the future of drinking water production for coastal communities and island nations in current times of water scarcity. It is already used quite heavily in a few countries. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States are the top three desalination producers of drinking water by capacity in the world followed by Australia, China, and Kuwait.
Technology is constantly evolving and changing to meet the needs of humanity, and one of those needs is for clean water. The water treatment industry is always researching, testing, and developing new and improved ways in which to treat wastewater and drinking water in ways that are both efficient and environmentally friendly. Zeolite water filtration media is a sustainable, natural treatment solution for drinking water, grey water and wastewater treatment.
Filtration is very important for many commercial/industrial process water & wastewater reuse applications. In reality, pumping wastewater from somewhere like a refinery, food/beverage, textile or oil produced water application requires pre-filtration due to high amount of suspended solids in these typical applications. In fact, there are typically several filtration and treatment steps in these applications to ensure that the treated water meets the required discharge or reuse standard. In addition, filtration in water treatment ensures reduced operating cost on downstream polishing water treatment systems.
In many water and wastewater treatment applications, there are a number of pollutants that are difficult to reduce by physical, chemical, or biological means alone. In more recent years, there has been a growing concern regarding pharmaceutical drugs in drinking water and aquatic environments. Pesticides get caught in runoff from farms into freshwater supplies. Personal care products are typically washed down the drain into whatever system they are linked to. Landfill leachate is a toxic cocktail of compounds that can leak into groundwater sources. Such contaminants fall into the category of micropollutants, because they are so small. Their size alone is part of the reason, they are so difficult to remove from water and wastewater by certain means. More efficient removal requires a more powerful oxidation process, this process is called an advanced oxidation process (AOP).
A moving bed bioreactor is a biological sewage treatment process. In many instances, wastewater is full of organic matter that can be difficult to filter out by physical or chemical means. Thus, one of the best methods of dealing with organic matter is treating it with a biological process. The basic idea behind biological water treatment processes is using micro-organisms to break down sewage.
When a municipality or business wants to reuse their wastewater, some applications require more treatment than others due to the quality of the wastewater. Many standard wastewater treatment systems consist of pretreatment, primary treatment, and secondary treatment stages. By the end of the secondary stage, a majority of the pollutants, solids, organics, inorganics, and metals have been removed or reduced. This is where reverse osmosis wastewater treatment can be utilized in a third stage process.
Wastewater treatment solutions have become one of the significant moves to filter waste water. Whether it is for fighting with the growing shortage of drinking water or finding better water sources for wastewater, several technologies have been practice for centuries, and MBBR wastewater treatment is being used for filtering waste water in both industrial and domestic sectors.
While it is true that more than half of our planet’s surface is covered in water, a vast majority of it is saline. Fresh water, the water we use in hundreds of ways every day, constitutes only 2.5 % of all the water on the Earth. Today, the world faces what is known as the water crisis. Parts of the world do not have access to this most vital resource on the planet. Therefore, a focus on water recycling and water reuse is required to optimize the use of our critical water resources.
Drinking water treatment systems have little room for error after treatment at the risk of public health. Use of treatment systems that effectively target and treat toxic and undesirable contaminants is essential to drinking water production. There are typically four stages in a standard drinking water treatment system process, coagulation/flocculation, sedimentation/clarification, filtration and disinfection. Sodium zeolite is typically utilized in the filtration systems within the filtration stage for optimal treatment performance.
Produced water from the extraction process of oil and gas reserves, as well as flow back water from hydraulic fracturing operations, must be properly managed in order to mitigate any environmental impacts to existing water supplies caused by oil drilling/fracturing activities.