MS Filter plants have been delivered to, or are on order to over 30 communities in Canada and the U.S.A.
‘Sam d’ is a beautiful Provincial park on the Mattawa River in the upper Ottawa Valley Region. This seasonal water supply system was designed to protect the wilderness environment and produce excellent quality water. The Mattawa River source is typical of Northern Ontario surface waters being moderate to high in colour low to moderate turbidity and low alkalinity. The MSF system reduces colour to less then 5 TCU and turbidity to less then 0.2 NTU.
Location: Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park
Date of Installation: 2005
Raw Colour: 15-20 TCU
Raw Turbidity: 1-2 NTU
Finished Colour: < 5 TCU
Finished Turbidity: < 0.2 NTU
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