Gerardsville Tap Water Sample . It is a Small Holding Community. Water Supplied by Government is Contaminated with Parasites like Roundworm.
This is Gerardsville tap water sample:
Gerardsville is located south west from Pretoria. This is more small holdings but they get their tap water from Pretoria. It is a typical farm like community with big open places.
A client requests us to service their reverse osmosis system. They couldn’t get hold of the people who install the system. That is the problem with the household water treatment systems. Any person who want to make a quick buck or two market the water system and install it, knowing nothing about the operation and functioning of the systems. They act if they know everything about the system. Looking for them a few weeks later and they are nowhere to be found.
We did the service of the reverse osmosis system in the Gerardsville. What we found in the tap water sample was roundworms and big fat worms. I do not know what the name of the big fat worms is but they were alive and active. What is disturbing is the fact that the tap water is been treated with chlorine but the worms is alive. That only means one thing if they survive in the chlorine treated water they will survive in your body as well. What I have found is that the roundworms are alive in tap water that has a strong chlorine smell. I stay in the Wonderboom South area. The tap water had this strong chlorine smell and I took a water sample from my reverse osmosis system at the first filter. Was I surprise when I found the roundworms active in the water. The habitat of the Roundworms is sewerage treatment plants. That is a sure place to find Roundworms and all the parasites and organisms that we find in the tap water samples.
Gerardsville Tap Water Sample problem:
What is most disturbing is the presence of these Roundworms that is chlorine resistant. Why are the Roundworms in our water source? What the government do not tell you. Is that they recycle the sewerage water. They do not bump the treated sewerage water into the rivers. No, they dumped it in our treated water supply. Yes this way they safe millions in revenue every year.
How efficient is all the processes and the people at the water treatment plants. Is it the same scenario as all the government departments? It is in a total dilapidated state? Why did they implement the “Blue Drop Award”? It is only to create the impression with the people that the water is of high quality. I hear it often that people mentioned that their area have the Blue drop Award. I call it the Sh_t drop Award. If we look to the tap water samples that we collect. It is all organisms that are present at sewerage treatment plants.