Bore Water Treatment
Is the water from your bore safe for drinking? The vulnerability of bore water quality depends on many factors. Sandy sediments and shallow water tables increase the risk of contaminated groundwater. The proximity to septic tanks and sewage pipelines, road surfaces and drive ways, industrial activity and farmland increases the risk of contamination. In some areas, salinity may also be a problem.
- E-Coli bacteria caused by water run-off of animal faecal matter
- Arsenic, Fluoride, Nitrates
- Hard water
- Seasonal changes in water quality due to climatic fluctuations and storms
- Varying degrees of turbidity resulting in inconsistent water clarity
Getting a water test done is always the first thing to do when considering drinking bore water. Call us on 0800 787 392 or email us using the form to your right to arrange this.
Once we know exactly what the results are we can make accurate recommendations. It's important to take all factors into consideration when dealing with bore water.
We have many clients on bore water and the solutions are always different because the water is always different, one size doesn't fit all. However there are some basic things we can assume are necessary such as sediment filtration.
We have helped clients with iron & manganese, hard water, low pH, foul smelling and tasting issues, excessive bacterial and e-coli counts, and discoloured water.
If you are a home, farm or food manufacturing company we can guarantee your bore water will be safe to drink after our recommendations have been commissioned.
We have certified microbiological filtration equipment. If you don't have a water filter then YOU are the water filter.
The systems we use for bore water treatment include:
Underbench Systems - If your in your own home & want a single kitchen tap purified for drinking
Whole House Systems - If you would like your whole house filtered