Discuss Borehole Water

 NEVER EVER ASSUME THE BOREHOLE WATER TO BE SAFE FOR CONSUMPTION!

We Supply, Install and Service Borehole water Purification Systems. Let’s Discuss Borehole Water. 

  • We discuss borehole water related topics that involved the health and well-being of humans and animals.
  • It is important that this issue is discussed to get a better understanding of the state of borehole water.
  • People are under the impression that borehole water is the purest form of drinking water.
  • This is not the case for most of our boreholes are contaminated.

Let’s discuss borehole water.

Discuss Borehole Water

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Is it true that borehole water in south Africa is contaminated with various contaminants?

What is the contamination factors in borehole water.

  • E.coli and other bacteria.
  • Parasites and living organisms in tap water.
  • Viruses in the water source.
  • Pesticides.
  • Chemicals.
  • Acid water from mine activities.
  • Pollution from industries.

 

Is borehole water safe to drink?

Discuss Borehole Water

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  • No. Borehole water is not the borehole water of the old days.
  • In the eighties the borehole water was clean and could be consumed at any time.
  • Today the borehole water is contaminated with bacteria and sewerage.
  • If there is a drain or long drop near the borehole that sewerage could be in your borehole water.
  • The water in your borehole flow underground in natural pipes in the ground, it flows for thousands of meters.
  • If one of that underground natural pipes flow pass or through the long drop hole then you have a contaminated borehole.
  • In South Africa with all this squatter camps where every shack have a long drop.
  • What do you think the contamination be in that area for a 20 kilometer radius?

 

Advice for borehole water. 

Discuss borehole water

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  • Get the borehole water tested.
  • Talk with the people at the laboratory where you test your water.
  • Do not talk to reception but to the specialist in charge, they can give you the best advice.
  • Take to neighbors and find out if there is any contamination in the area.
  • Where is a pollution site or any industry near the borehole?
  • Look for any contamination or pollution factors within a 40 kilometer radius.
  • Any rivers that flow past your property is there still fish in and does sewerage flow in the river at intervals.
  • Gets water purifying system to solve any contamination problem?
  • Do not get a reverse osmosis system and think the problem is solved.
  • Treat the contamination source by looking for all options.
  • If you what information you know where you can find us.

 





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