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WC&P is proud to offer this comprehensive glossary to our readers and website visitors. This living document is intended to serve as an easy-to-use reference source for information on the POU/POE water treatment industry. 

 

Any suggestions or input that would further enhance or expand the glossary are strongly encouraged.

 

We would like to formally thank and credit such organizations as WQA, AWWA, WEF, Lenntech and other web glossary sources for providing some of the basis and background of this compendium.

Groundwater

Water that can be found in the saturated zone of the soil; a zone that consists merely of water. It slowly moves from places with high elevation and pressure to places with low elevation and pressure, such as rivers and lakes. The term describing all subsurface water and the source of well water. It can be found in aquifers as deep as several miles. The water that systems pump and treat from aquifers (natural reservoirs below the earth's surface). The term describing all subsurface water and the source of well water. It can be found in aquifers as deep as several miles.