Category: water treatment

Have you ever noticed blue or green staining on sinks, filters, toilets or other places your water touches? Do you have copper plumbing in your home? If the answer is yes to both of these questions, you likely have low pH …

Raising the pH in well water Read More »

A conventional Greensand backwashing washing water filtration tank is comprised generally of a water tank (Usually around 4 feet tall or so) with an ionic exchange mineral inside (mineral) and an electronic control valve to channel the water where it …

Greensand Filter vs Terminox® for iron and sulfur removal Read More »

Customers often ask us about  UV vs Chlorine treatment. We always ask first;  What are you trying to fix in the water? More precisely  what bacteria do you have present in the water? Some bacterium like Iron Bacteria, do not always …

TIP: UV is not Always the Best Way to Treat Water! Read More »

 

    In our last blog, Treating E-coli and Coliform In Your Water – Option One Chlorination and Retention we discussed treating Escherichia Coli (E-coli) and Coliform bacteria with Chlorination and Retention. In this blog we’ll discuss another option that’s …

E-coli and Coliform In Your Water – Part Two Read More »

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Treatment for Escherichia Coli (E-coli) and Coliform bacteria can be confusing and if not addressed properly, it can be dangerous.  With the improvements in water treatment technology and various water treatment companies telling you many different things, it can be …

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