In its pure state, water is one of the most aggressive solvents known. Called the “universal solvent,” water, to a certain degree, will dissolve virtually everything to which it is exposed. Pure water has a very high energy state and, like everything else in nature, seems to achieve energy equilibrium with its surroundings. It will dissolve a quantity of material available until the solution reaches saturation, the point at which no higher level of solids can be dissolved. Contaminants found in water include atmospheric gases, minerals, organic materials (some naturally-occurring, others man-made) plus any materials used to transport or store water.
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MS recognizes the complexities and implications of effective water management. We have considerable experience and broad capabilities to assist water users everywhere with removing contaminants, meeting regulations, and conserving this vital resource.