Groundwater treatment and environmental cleanup services generate around $18 billion annually in the United States because of our increased production rate over the past few decades. In fact, from 2009 to 2014, the industry grew by 6.3% annually as more government agencies stress the importance of keeping our nation’s groundwater clean to project us from harmful pathogens.
What is Groundwater? Groundwater is the water found below the Earth’s surface and is tapped into and extracted from the porous subsurface terrain. Groundwater accounts for nearly 95% of the nation’s available fresh water, and about 40% of the nation’s population uses it as their main source of drinking water.
Based on these facts alone, it is important to have some sort of water treatment process wherever re