Ground water purification can add value to the consumer and at the same time alleviate the stress of the lack of potable water when our water table is low.
By utilising alternative water sources if available, it is then possible to limit your exposure to the provision of water supplied by the municipality and in all probability become self – sufficient.
Our designs cover both aspects of good quality potable water and equally important the protection of your plumbing installation.
Systems are designed based on a comprehensive analytical water assessment that is married with your needs.
Groundwater is water which is located below the soil surface and contained in the pore spaces of bedrock, sand, gravel, and other such materials. Most ground water originates from precipitation that soaks into the ground. The ground water system as a whole leads the water in the general direction of the ocean. This can either occur by movement through the ground or by flowing out and joining streams or rivers. For the most part, there is a continuous process of exchange between stream flow surface waters and ground water.
Groundwater is susceptible to contamination. Materials from the land’s surface can move through the soil and end up in the groundwater. For example, pesticides and fertilizers can find their way into groundwater supplies over time. Road salt, toxic substances from mining sites, and used motor oil also may seep into groundwater.
Water purification can provide cleaner water by removing chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals and bacterial contaminants from groundwater. Which is beneficial to your plumbing as well. Saving you money and providing you with healthy water for your home.