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Clean drinking tap water is a valuable resource but unfortunately due to environmental pollution, chemical contaminants are finding their way into our water supplies from municipal sewage, polluted, agriculture, industrial pollution, old eroding water pipes and more…

Tap water has been shown to contain heavy metals, additives, pesticides, radon to name a few. Water may also travel through decaying pipes that may be eroding and leaching harmful chemicals into the water long before it reaches your kitchen. Yikes!

Introduction to rainwater harvesting

The average person uses 150 litres of water every day, and this puts a strain on supply as well as on fish, wetland birds and other wildlife that rely on ponds, rivers and streams.

The water we get through the mains system is cleaned to drinking standard, a process which has significant associated carbon emissions. However, only about half of the water we use needs to be cleaned to this standard.

Rainwater can be used for:

  • Toilet flushing
  • Clothes washing machines
  • Watering the garden
  • Washing the car and other outside uses.

We will build it to suit your needs

Water Filters in the Home

Point-of-entry or point-of-use water filtration for the home. No matter whether you are in a hard or a soft water area, there’s no substitute for great tasting water free from impurities – especially as health experts advise a minimum daily consumption of two litres per person. Purification can help provide the best possible water for the whole house at point-of entry, or improve the quality of your drinking water at point-of-use.

Borehole Water Systems

With rising costs of municipally treated water many people are turning to wells, springs and boreholes for their household water supply.
Much of the time the water is of good quality and, being chlorine free, pleasant to taste. In other cases there can be problems, including staining, corrosion, murky unpleasant appearance, harmful bacteria and other problems. We manufacture a range of filtration solutions to ensure the high quality of your private water supply.
Treatment of private water supplies can be complex and not always rectified by what may seem the most obvious answer. The suitable equipment will vary according to levels of contaminants present, and the amount of water used.
We recommend that you obtain a water quality test report for your supply, which will help identify any issues that are essential to deal with and those you may wish to improve.

The most commonly treated problems are:
Low pH level (acidic water)
High Iron and Manganese Levels