Are you bathing in or drinking well water?
Well water is vulnerable to contamination from sewage, improper well construction, heavy rainfall or floods, as well as runoff from livestock farms and produce farms.
Contaminants such as iron and hydrogen sulfide, tannin, other organic matter (herbicides, pesticides), turbidity, and most bacterial contamination (viruses, bacteria, amoebas, etc.) can end up polluting your well water. Many of these are disease-causing, meaning it is important to test your well water and possibly treat it regularly.
A Chlorination Dechlorination (CDC) Water Treatment System is a very effective way of treating problematic well water. It removes contaminants with the use of chlorine and contact time. Contact time is the period of time water is exposed to chlorine before removal to enter the home.
The amount of chlorine injected and the length of contact time required for removal of specific contaminants varies from well to well. It is wise to have a professional company install the system and offer guidance/training for proper ongoing maintenance since water conditions in wells often change. When this happens, you have to adjust the levels of chlorine upward or downward to meet the current need.
A Chlorination Dechlorination (CDC) System also includes an auto back-washing Carbon Filter. This filter plays a critical role in the entire process. It traps and purges particulate matter and multiple forms of oxidized iron. And minimizes the effect of potentially toxic disinfection byproducts by removing the residual chlorine along with its disinfection byproducts – Trihalomethanes (THM’s) and Haloacetic acids (HAAs).
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Are you interested in knowing if your well water is safe for your family? Would you like to know if a Chlorination DeChlorination (CDC) System or another water treatment technology can improve the quality of your water? Our highly trained professionals are ready to answer any questions you may have.
You can reach us at: 352-372-2707 Gainesville or 352-369-1707 Ocala.
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