Pristine Water Solutions Inc.
Provides proprietary water treatment programs for municipal, industrial and commercial water systems to meet the requirements of a total water treatment solution. Technologies include municipal drinking water treatment programs, corrosion and disinfection programs, cleaners, commodity chemicals, polymer applications, and boiler and cooling tower applications. Pristine Water Solutions is also the national distributor for the Bio Enzymes biological technology, which provides a solution to some of the most complex problems of our time including wastewater treatment, sludge reduction, odor control and emerging contaminant removal.


1570 Lakeside Dr
Waukegan, IL 60085
United States
Toll-free: 800-562-1537
Phone: 847-689-1100
Fax: 847-689-9289

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Chlorine Dioxide Generators; Corrosion Control Products; Wastewater Treatment Equipment, Advanced; Water Treatment Systems; Chemicals

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