CETI Partners with RIVAMED to Revolutionize Water Treatment in Turkey

Turkey is currently facing a severe water crisis, with 60% of its 320 lakes having dried up due to drought and unregulated industrial activities. This has led to significant pollution, rendering the water undrinkable in many regions. High levels of arsenic and other contaminants, exacerbated by chlorine treatment, have resulted in harmful byproducts such as bromochloroacetic acid, bromodichloromethane, bromoform, dibromoacetic acid, and trihalomethanes.

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