The process by which you are able to remove contaminants from the water in order to purify it is called reverse osmosis (RO). In such a RO water plant, pressure is used to force push the molecules of water through membranes that are semi-permeable. The entire process helps to filter the contaminants out and flushes them away making the water clean for human consumption.
Since the skyscraper believes in a ‘customers first’ policy they have installed an RO water plant as an efficient system. The water that goes through such a filtration process not only is free of pollutants (like lead, pesticides, arsenic, etc.) but also is better tasting. This water is also free of odor and the appearance is very clear as well. Apart from the benefits, it brings to human health, these RO water plants are also very environmentally friendly and safer as compared to bottled water.
The Skyscraper has not only installed such a facility but also responsibly looks after its proper working, maintenance, and changing schedules so it does not become harmful to human health. In order to avoid any such health hazards the sediments and carbon filters of the RO water plant are replaced on regular basis and so is the membrane for housing. The entire system is subject to regular cleaning every 3-4 months in order to avoid any clogging pores. The aging fiberglass pipe has been recently replaced by HDPE and stainless steel pipes for greater efficiency.
All and all, the skyscraper has kept its customers in mind while planning and executing all its activities, so everything ends up in the best interest of its customers.