- Lyttelton tap water sample Rotifers and Roundworms in tap water sample.
- Habitat is sewerage treatment plants.
- This parasite is unacceptable in our drinking water.
Lyttelton is located South of Pretoria.
- We did a service on a reverse osmosis system in the Lyttelton suburb.
- When we do services we usually take water samples from the reverse osmosis systems membrane to see what is in the system after the three big water filters that’s been replaced every year.
- The photos that you see on this page are what we have found in the tap water.
- Yes, they are alive even if the tap water is been treated with chlorine.
- The government do statements that South Africa’s tap water is from the best in the world.
- If a government starts to make statements like that you must know that something is wrong and that they want to get the focus from the issue.
Is this parasite really in Lyttelton Tap Water?
- Yes that is the living organisms that we have found.
- We do this to show the people what is actually in their tap water.
- People listen to the media and believe everything without questioning the information given.
- It is easy to get information and believing it than to go and look for the correct information.
- The media give you information that they want you to have and what their view is.
- If they can mislead you and you believe it then it is fine.
Our region has a blue drop award isn’t it good?
- Good in what sense?
- This award is just to say that they have laid down procedures to follow and that they follow it when doing the water treatment.
- Who is in control and do you really think that they follow those procedures to the letter?
- The moment they are going to audited them they get everything ready and after the audited they just go on doing the work as they are used to do.
- Do you want to tell me that they are organized and that all the material needed to do the work is there if they can’t even pay there contractors. “Blue Drop Status” my A-S!
Parasites in the Lyttelton tap water.
- The question is why these roundworms are and other living organisms still in the tap water and is alive?
- What is in the tap water that we do not know about?
- Pesticides and harmful chemicals.
- I think that we will be chocked to see what is really in the tap water.
- The presence of roundworms is from the sewerage treatment plants.
- When they supply the water they recycled water from the sewerage treatment plants back into the water supply to you.
- Yes you get a portion of the sewerage water treatment plants water.
What is the solution to the tap water problem?
- The best you can do is to get a reverse osmosis system.
- Not just any reverse osmosis system but an ID-WATSS approved system.
- ID-WATSS have set standards for the domestic water treatment systems and the reverse osmosis system that they approved is of high quality.
- The price is the same as the low quality systems but the design, material and type of filters that they use is the best on the market.
- That way you will improve your health and the quality of the water that you drink.
- If you use the reverse osmosis water you will never drink tap water again.
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