RO Brown Sludge

RO Brown Sludge – In Tap Water Photos Is Evidence that Sludge is Present In Tap Water Comes From the Sewerage Treatment Plants with the Parasites and Roundworms

Why is there RO Brown Sludge in reverse osmosis system?

RO Brown Sludge

sludge in reverse osmosis system. Roundworms in circle.

Overview about this sludge that you see in these photos:

Rand Water does a brilliant job with the cleaning and purifying of our tap water. They supply the city councils with bulk water. The city councils now distribute this bulk water to all the reservoirs for the different suburbs. If the city councils just use the high quality water from Rand water then we would not see this type of contamination in our tap water. The city councils the government acting arm. The government have an obligation to clean and process all the sewerage water that is been used. That includes the toilet water that is ben flushed down the drain. The government charge every household for the amount of water that they use and the same for the amount of sewerage. The sewerage is then pumped to the sewerage treatment plants. The sewerage is been treated and distributed. You will think the sewerage treated water is been pumped into the rivers. No if they pump the water into the rivers then it would cause a geological disaster. Think what would happened if all the chemicals, hormones and other stuff is been pumped into our rivers. Disaster!

They now pumped the treated sewerage water back into the bulk water supply and contaminated the water in the process. The question you must ask: who is in charge of the country, city councils and departments? The sewerage treatment plant is also a government department.

Poor service delivery protests:

If we look to the poor service delivery protest, it gives us a serious warning about the state of the government services that they provide. Water is one of that poor delivery services. If you look to the photos on this website then you must be scared out of your socks. We did not found one tap water sample that we took that did not have live Roundworms and other live organisms in it.

RO Brown Sludge is been found in every tap water source and it originated from the sewerage treatment plants:

  • The RO Brown Sludge comes from the sewerage treatment plant.
  • The sludge is from the reservoir feed line to your house.
  • There are some situations that could cause it.
  • The water department worked on the pipeline.
  • The sludge was in the pipeline and got loose and land up in your system.
  • We find that there is RO Brown Sludge in the reverse osmosis systems all the time.
  • The sludge comes from the water treatment plant.
  • With the sludge there is parasites and live organism.
  • Roundworms are present if there is sludge.

What is the danger of the RO Brown Sludge in the reverse osmosis system?

RO Brown Sludge

Brown sludge in reverse osmosis system
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The sludge is not the problem. The sludge shows you that the water is not clean. The problem is:

  • Parasites and live organisms
  • Live roundworms that comes from the sewerage treatment plant.
  • Water from treatment plants.
  • Chemicals that is present in treated water.
  • Pesticides in tap water.
  • Drug in water from treatment plants.

What is the state of our tap water?

The sludge is not the problem. The sludge shows you that the water is not clean. The problem is:

  •  Parasites and live organisms that is present in every tap water sample.
  • Live roundworms that comes from the sewerage treatment plant.
  • Water from treatment plants.
  • Chemicals that is present in treated water.
  • Pesticides in tap water.
  • Our tap water is contaminated with parasites like Roundworms.

 

RO Brown Sludge

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What is the state of our tap water?

 

The first thing you can do is to request a copy from the city councils water departments for what do they test in the tap water?

 

If you have that report start to investigate what other stuff is present in the water.

 

  1. Do they test for pesticides?  NO.
  2. Do the test for drugs?  NO.
  3. Do they test for parasites like roundworms?  NO.
  4. Do they test for any other parasitic worms?  NO.
  5. Do they test for any human waste like DNA or disease in the water?  NO.
  6. Who do the tests?
  7. Who take full responsibility of the plant?
  8. Is the treatment material and chemicals always on site and at hand?
  9. What is the action if the treatment material, chemicals or any part of the plant is out of order or stock?

 

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