Water filtration for lakeville,ma

Lakeville water filtration

WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM OPTIONS

 

 

 

 

Res­i­dents of Lakeville, MA with a pri­vate well or town water sup­ply­ing their home may require a water soft­en­er or oth­er water fil­tra­tion sys­tem to cor­rect poten­tial water qual­i­ty issues. As is the case with many wells in Mass­a­chu­setts, there are cer­tain com­mon con­t­a­m­i­nants that find their way into the water sup­ply.  Lakeville has its own unique issues as do many oth­er towns. There are proven water fil­tra­tion and water soft­en­er sys­tems to remove these con­t­a­m­i­nants and pro­vide you with excel­lent water qual­i­ty, how­ev­er the best approach will be dic­tat­ed by the water test results and analy­sis.

COMMON CONTAMINANTS FOUND IN LAKEVILLE WATER

Some com­mon issues encoun­tered in Lakeville, MA wells are Man­ganese and Iron along with low pH and some­times the health threats Radon and Arsenic mak­ing their way into the water.  If the water test­ing results for Radon exceeds the cur­rent Mass­a­chu­setts guide­line of 10,000 pCi/L in water, the radon must be removed from the water and the Board of Health rec­om­mends test­ing for Radi­um 226 and Radi­um 228 as well as Gross Alpha test­ing. Gross Alpha test­ing iden­ti­fies the pres­ence of gross alpha par­ti­cle activ­i­ty in water. Alpha par­ti­cles are emit­ted dur­ing the decay of cer­tain sub­stances such as radi­um, ura­ni­um and tho­ri­um – radioac­tive iso­topes found nat­u­ral­ly in the earth’s crust. Most of the gross alpha radioac­tiv­i­ty found in drink­ing water is from radi­um.  For more infor­ma­tion on radon, see the link at Radon Removal Arti­cle.

The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el of Arsenic in drink­ing water per the EPA is .01 mg/L (miligrams per liter) or 10 parts per bil­lion. For more infor­ma­tion on this see the link at Mass DEP Arsenic Info.

Water filtration for Iron

DISSOLVED IRON STAINING

Water filtration for low pH

EVIDENCE OF LOW pH DISSOLVING COPPER PIPING

WATER TESTING

Water test in Salem, NH

A water test should be con­duct­ed by an EPA or Mass­a­chu­setts state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry and should include analy­sis for the para­me­ters in the table below.  If you are uncer­tain as to how to take a prop­er sam­ple and get it to a lab, you should con­tact a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or a lab for assis­tance.  They can walk you through the steps required to com­plete this task.  Some of the typ­i­cal items test­ed for are as fol­lows, how­ev­er in many cas­es a more com­pre­hen­sive test & analy­sis is war­rant­ed:

Col­iform bac­te­ria pH
Arsenic Radon
Chlo­ride Sodi­um
Iron Sul­fate
Lead Con­duc­tiv­i­ty
Man­ganese Nitro­gen-Nitrate

WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS & WATER SOFTENERS

Water fil­tra­tion and/or water soft­en­er sys­tems can be installed for the removal of any of the con­t­a­m­i­nants dis­cussed above.  Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange.  Cer­tain types of car­tridge fil­ters may also be used to remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese as opposed to that which is dis­solved in solu­tion.

Water Softener with Sediment Filter

WATER SOFTENER WITH SEDIMENT FILTRATION INSTALL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arsenic is removed with water fil­tra­tion tanks con­tain­ing a spe­cif­ic media that “grabs” the arsenic out of the water as it flows through the tank at the water supply’s point of entry to the home.  Remov­ing radon from water requires a sys­tem where the water is agi­tat­ed in a con­cealed cham­ber then vent­ed to the out­side, send­ing the radon gas safe­ly out of the home to ambi­ent air.  Oth­er tech­nolo­gies and water fil­tra­tion sys­tems are used to remove the oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants. Any water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­er sys­tem designed should start with a water test before an informed rec­om­men­da­tion can be made.

Arsenic water filtration

ARSENIC REMOVAL

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H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm with offices in Hudson & Middleton, MA and a service depot in Plymouth, MA, formed in 1989.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the website publications section at http://h2ocare.wpengine.com. You can email us at [email protected] or by call us at 800–539-1100.

 

 

Lead in drinking water supply?

The fol­low­ing dis­cuss­es how you can get lead in drink­ing water as the recent reports regard­ing lead in drink­ing water in Flint Michi­gan have flood­ed the news.

HOW CAN LEAD GET INTO YOUR WATER SUPPLY?

Lead found in tap water usu­al­ly comes from the cor­ro­sion of old­er fix­tures or from the sol­der that con­nects pipes. Water is known as the ulti­mate sol­vent in that it picks up a lit­tle of every­thing it touch­es as it flows through the ground, pipes, etc.  Also, when water sits in lead­ed pipes for sev­er­al hours, lead can leach into the water sup­ply.  Mea­sures tak­en dur­ing the last two decades have great­ly reduced expo­sures to lead in tap water. These mea­sures include actions tak­en under the require­ments of the 1986 and 1996 amend­ments to the Safe Drink­ing Water Act (http://www.epa.gov/sdwa) and the U.S. Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency’s (EPA’s) Lead and Cop­per Rule (http://www.epa.gov/dwreginfo/lead-and-copper-rule)

 

Potential for lead in drinking water due to low pH

Blue/Green Stain­ing from Dis­solved Cop­per due to low pH of water

HOW DOES pH LEVEL AFFECT LEAD IN DRINKING WATER

pH  (short to “Poten­tial for Hydro­gen”) is the mea­sure of the lev­el of acid­i­ty or alka­lin­i­ty in the water. The pH scale is a log­a­rith­mic scale that usu­al­ly runs from 1 to 14. Each whole pH val­ue below 7 (the pH of pure water) is ten times more acidic than the high­er val­ue and each whole pH val­ue above 7 is ten times more alka­line than the one below it. For exam­ple, a pH of 3 is ten times more acidic than a pH of 4 and 100 times (10 times 10) more acidic than a pH val­ue of 5.  Con­verse­ly, a pH of 8 is ten times more alka­line than a pH of 7, etc.

pH Chart for Water Filtration, the lower, the greater chance for lead in drinking water

The pH Scale

As you would assume, the more acidic the water is, the more cor­ro­sive it is to what­ev­er it touch­es.  The change in water sup­ply for the City of Flint, Michi­gan cre­at­ed a new sup­ply with a low­er pH thus caus­ing a high amount of lead leach­ing into the water sup­ply.

LOW pH IS COMMON IN NEW ENGLAND

Find­ing a low pH in New Eng­land water sup­plies is not uncom­mon.  How­ev­er, what town water depart­ments do is add food-grade mate­ri­als to the water at the treat­ment plant to neu­tral­ize the acid­i­ty of the water (if you have a pri­vate well with low pH, a pH neu­tral­iza­tion tank is typ­i­cal­ly installed).

For exam­ple, the Mass­a­chu­setts Water Resources Author­i­ty (MWRA) in 1996,  began oper­at­ing a facil­i­ty in Marl­bor­ough where sodi­um car­bon­ate and car­bon diox­ide are added to adjust the water’s pH and buffer­ing capac­i­ty (abil­i­ty to resist change in pH). This change has made the water less like­ly to leach lead into drink­ing water from the pipes.  Old­er homes, how­ev­er, may have lead ser­vice lines (the pipe from the main dis­tri­b­u­tion line in the street to the indi­vid­ual home).  This is a poten­tial point of lead intro­duc­tion into the water.  What the MWRA does or any town’s water treat­ment facil­i­ty does will not guar­an­tee lead will not be intro­duced into your drink­ing water.  They do what they can to min­i­mize this.  See the link at MWRA Lead Report.

You can also get Lead in drink­ing water if you have lead pipes in your home. Lead can also enter tap water if you have lead sol­der or brass fix­tures in your home (brass is a mix­ture of lead and cop­per).  Cor­ro­sion or wear­ing away of lead-based mate­ri­als can add to lead in drink­ing water, espe­cial­ly if water sits for a long time in the pipes before use.  At min­i­mum, you should run the tap water until it becomes cold, flush­ing out any poten­tial lead build-up.

TESTING AND POTENTIAL WATER FILTRATION

If you have con­cerns in your home about lead in drink­ing water, you can have your water test­ed for this, prefer­ably at a state or EPA cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry.  If you decide you want some type of water fil­tra­tion device installed, be sure to get one that is designed for lead removal, as not all water fil­tra­tion equip­ment is.  Watch out for devices sold to reduce lead in drink­ing water that do not work. The U.S. EPA rec­om­mends that you ver­i­fy the lead-reduc­tion claims of device man­u­fac­tur­ers by check­ing the NSF Inter­na­tion­al http://www.nsf.org/ or the Water Qual­i­ty Asso­ci­a­tion http://www.wqa.org/ .  In gen­er­al, reverse osmo­sis water fil­tra­tion sys­tems are very effec­tive at lead removal from drink­ing water (as well as a host of oth­er poten­tial con­t­a­m­i­nants) as a Point of Use device, typ­i­cal­ly feed­ing a sep­a­rate faucet at the sink.  There are oth­er types of fil­ters that are designed with small enough pore sizes to remove lead from drink­ing water as well.  Tech­nolo­gies such as dis­til­la­tion are not prac­ti­cal in a home set­ting and have a flat taste.  Once your sys­tem of choice has been installed, it’s a good idea to run anoth­er test for lead to make sure it is work­ing as planned.  For rec­om­men­da­tions and alter­na­tives, speak to a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al.

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H2O Care, Inc. is a region­al water test­ing and water fil­tra­tion sys­tems instal­la­tion and ser­vice com­pa­ny.

 

 

Water filtration in brookline, ma

Water FILTRATIONin Brookline, MA

WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS FOR BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS

The fol­low­ing dis­cuss­es poten­tial water qual­i­ty issues or con­cerns as well as water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­ing options for res­i­dents of Brook­line, Mass­a­chu­setts.

BROOKLINE PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY

The Brook­line water sup­ply is sup­plied by the Water Divi­sion (see link at Brook­line Water & Sew­er ), which orig­i­nates from the Mass­a­chu­setts Water Resources Author­i­ty (MWRA).  The lat­est avail­able Annu­al Water Qual­i­ty Report can be viewed at the fol­low­ing link MWRA Annu­al Report.  While the water qual­i­ty is gen­er­al­ly pret­ty good from MWRA, there are issues that may occur caus­ing var­i­ous types of stain­ing in the home’s sinks, bath­tubs, toi­lets, show­ers and oth­er plumb­ing fix­tures.  Addi­tion­al­ly, you may expe­ri­ence taste and odor issues that are com­mon­ly asso­ci­at­ed with chlo­ramine (a chlo­rine, ammo­nia com­pound), which is used to dis­in­fect the water and con­trol bac­te­r­i­al growth.  There is a “Fre­quent­ly Asked Ques­tions” pub­li­ca­tion pro­vid­ed by MWRA that reviews what you may encounter.  See the link at FAQs MWRA Water

Water filtration for Iron

DISSOLVED IRON STAINING IN BATHTUB

 

Water filtration for low pH

EVIDENCE OF DISSOLVED COPPER IN WATER

WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS & WATER SOFTENERS

Water fil­tra­tion sys­tems can be installed for the removal of any of the poten­tial caus­es of symp­toms you may be expe­ri­enc­ing.  Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese from the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange.  To remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese, a prop­er­ly sized sed­i­ment fil­ter is required.  Chlo­ramine can be removed with a car­bon fil­tra­tion sys­tem to remove bad taste and odor.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtratrion

Reverse Osmo­sis Purifi­ca­tion Sys­tem installed under sink (base­ment install option­al to feed sep­a­rate faucet at kitchen sink)

 

Water Softener with Sediment Filter

Water Soft­en­er With Sed­i­ment Fil­ter Installed in Base­ment

Any water fil­tra­tion sys­tem or water soft­en­er rec­om­men­da­tion should start with a water test before an informed deci­sion can be made.  To deter­mine what type of water test­ing to have per­formed and how to take a prop­er sam­ple, call a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or a state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry.

BAD TASTES & ODORS, SEDIMENT bad odor in water in Brookline, MAfishy smell in water in Brookline, massrotten egg smell in water in Brookline, MA

In addi­tion to the above sys­tems, there are many oth­er types of sys­tems to remove bad tastes & odors, sed­i­ment and many oth­er objec­tion­able min­er­als and con­t­a­m­i­nants in the water.  Start­ing with a water test will dic­tate the right approach.  For more infor­ma­tion on com­mon bad odors & tastes in New Eng­land water sup­plies, see the link at http://h2ocare.com/bad-odor-taste-water/.

 

In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your home’s water qual­i­ty is attain­able through prop­er water test­ing and equip­ment spec­i­fi­ca­tion with today’s avail­able water fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies at a rea­son­able price.  Prop­er on-going main­te­nance is also crit­i­cal to main­tain a con­sis­tent lev­el of great water qual­i­ty.

H2O Care is an established, Massachusetts based water filtration and testing firm, formed in 1989 with offices in Middleton and Hudson, Mass.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the publications section on our website at http://www.h2ocare.com.  You can reach us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 800–539-1100.

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Water filtration for hampstead, nh

Water Filtration Hampstead

Water fil­tra­tion for Hamp­stead

If you are read­ing this and you are a res­i­dent of Hamp­stead, NH, you like­ly have a pri­vate well sup­ply­ing your home with water which may require a water fil­tra­tion sys­tem, water soft­en­er or a com­bi­na­tion of fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies.  As is the case with many wells in New Eng­land, there are cer­tain com­mon con­t­a­m­i­nants that find their way into the water sup­ply.  Hamp­stead tends to have very high lev­els of iron & man­ganese in the water along with low pH.  There are tried and true water fil­tra­tion sys­tems and water soft­en­er designs to remove these con­t­a­m­i­nants to pro­vide you with excel­lent water qual­i­ty.

Hav­ing your own well does give you con­trol over your water sup­ply more than if you were sup­plied by a pub­lic water sup­pli­er (and you don’t have to pay for the water), how­ev­er, hav­ing your own well shifts all respon­si­bil­i­ty for the safe­ty and qual­i­ty of your water to you.

COMMON HAMPSTEAD WATER QUALITY ISSUES

Water filtration for Iron removal

Stain­ing from Dis­solved Iron

Very high lev­els of iron and man­ganese along with low pH tend to char­ac­ter­ize the water in most Hamp­stead, NH wells.  Due to these high lev­els, meth­ods and tech­nolo­gies that may typ­i­cal­ly work on low­er lev­els of iron and man­ganese may not be effec­tive on these high lev­els.  The high­est lev­el we have test­ed for and treat­ed was at Phan Zone with iron at over 200 parts per mil­lion.  To put this in per­spec­tive, the max­i­mum EPA sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant lev­el is at .3 parts per mil­lion!  The sys­tem installed was unique but did the job and con­tin­ues to work well.  See the Water Tech­nol­o­gy Mag­a­zine arti­cle titled, “Iron So High It Was Almost Fright­en­ing!” at the fol­low­ing link: Iron Arti­cle in Water Tech­nol­o­gy Mag­a­zine.  Hydro­gen Sul­fide is evi­denced typ­i­cal­ly by a rot­ten egg smell in your water, how­ev­er this may also be caused by high Man­ganese lev­els in the water as well.  A water fil­tra­tion specif­i­cal­ly for this prob­lem is effec­tive in cor­rect­ing this.

Water testing Lincoln,MA

Water testing

Water test­ing should be con­duct­ed by an EPA or state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry and should include analy­sis for the para­me­ters in the table below.  If you are uncer­tain as to how to take a prop­er sam­ple and get it to a lab, you should con­tact a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or lab for assis­tance.  They can walk you through the steps required to com­plete this task.  Typ­i­cal items test­ed for include the fol­low­ing; how­ev­er, you should dis­cuss this with your water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al of lab select­ed.

 

Col­iform bac­te­ria pH
Arsenic Radon
Chlo­ride Sodi­um
Iron Sul­fate
Lead Con­duc­tiv­i­ty
Man­ganese Nitro­gen-Nitrate

If the test­ing results for Radon exceed the cur­rent New Hamp­shire guide­line of 2,000 pCi/L in water, the radon must be removed from the water and most Boards of Health rec­om­mend test­ing the air for Radon as well.  .   If the results for Arsenic come in at or above .01 parts per bil­lion, then a water fil­tra­tion sys­tem for remov­ing the Arsenic must be installed.

Water filtration for low pH

Blue/Green Stain­ing from Dis­solved  Cop­per pip­ing due to Low pH

Water Filtration Systems

Water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­er sys­tems can be installed for the removal of any of the con­t­a­m­i­nants list­ed in the pre­vi­ous table and more.  Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove hard water min­er­als,  iron and man­ganese in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange.  For very high lev­els of iron or man­ganese, the design of the equip­ment instal­la­tion is of par­tic­u­lar impor­tance.

Arsenic is removed with tanks con­tain­ing a spe­cif­ic media that “grabs” the arsenic out of the water.  For more infor­ma­tion on Arsenic in water, see the link at EPA Arsenic in water arti­cle.

Remov­ing radon from water requires a sys­tems that isn’t dis­sim­i­lar to a wash­ing machine where the water is agi­tat­ed, but then vent­ed to the out­side, send­ing the radon gas out­side the home to ambi­ent air.  Oth­er tech­nolo­gies and sys­tems are used to remove the oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants.  Any water fil­tra­tion sys­tem designed should start with a water test before an informed rec­om­men­da­tion can be made.

 

 

H2O Care is a region­al water fil­tra­tion and test­ing firm, formed in 1989.  Arti­cles pub­lished by the Com­pa­ny can be seen in Water Tech­nol­o­gy Mag­a­zine or linked through the web­site pub­li­ca­tions sec­tion at http://h2ocare.wpengine.com

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Water filtration options wenham, ma

Water Filtration Wenham

WATER FILTRATION OPTIONS

A water fil­tra­tion sys­tem or water soft­en­er may be need­ed if you live in Wen­ham, MA, whether you have a pri­vate well sup­ply­ing your home’s water or are on the Wen­ham water sys­tem. The good news is a prop­er­ly designed, installed and main­tained water fil­tra­tion sys­tem or water soft­en­er will pro­vide you with tru­ly excel­lent water qual­i­ty for your home or busi­ness.

The Wenham Water System          Massachusetts drinking water

Wen­ham, MA water is drawn from two grav­el-packed wells (approx­i­mate­ly 50-feet deep), locat­ed at the south end of Pleas­ant Pond, off Pleas­ant Street. These wells draw from the Great Wen­ham Swamp (back­wa­ters to the Ipswich Riv­er), which pro­vides a nat­ur­al fil­ter.   Three chem­i­cals are added to the water as it enters the sys­tem. Sodi­um Flu­o­ride is added as required by town law to pro­mote strong teeth, zinc orthophos­phate to reduce the nat­ur­al cor­ro­sive­ness of the water and cal­ci­um hypochlo­rite (chlo­rine) for dis­in­fec­tion. The water is nat­u­ral­ly cor­ro­sive and with required addi­tion of chlo­rine it has a ten­den­cy to cor­rode and dis­solve lead sol­der and cop­per pipes in house­hold plumb­ing, which could lead to increased lead and cop­per lev­els if not treat­ed. The water is pumped into the 750,000 gal­lon stor­age tank on “Lord’s Hill” and the 600,000 gal­lon stor­age tank at the Iron Rail prop­er­ty and then through over 27 miles of water mains to end users.

Addi­tion­al­ly, it should be not­ed that the lat­est Wen­ham Annu­al Water Qual­i­ty Report iden­ti­fied Man­ganese at .12 parts per mil­lion, which exceeds the EPA rec­om­mend­ed Sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant max­i­mum lev­el of .05 parts per mil­lion.  For more infor­ma­tion on Man­ganese in Drink­ing Water, see the arti­cle at the fol­low­ing link:  Man­ganese in Water Arti­cle in Water Tech .  Also, the sodi­um lev­el was test­ed at .22 parts per mil­lion.  While there is no Max­i­mum con­t­a­m­i­nant lev­el for Sodi­um, the Mass DEP office of Research and Stan­dards has estab­lished a guide­line lim­it of 20ppm based on an eight ounce serv­ing.

 

Water Testing Before Water Filtration or Water Softener Installation

Water testing Lincoln,MA

For cer­tain health threat con­t­a­m­i­nants, water test­ing should be con­duct­ed by an EPA or Mass­a­chu­setts state cer­ti­fied lab­o­ra­to­ry and should min­i­mal­ly include analy­sis for the para­me­ters iden­ti­fied above.  Min­er­als such as iron, man­ganese or hard­ness and oth­ers can be test­ed on-site with field test kits by a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al.  If you are uncer­tain as to how to take a prop­er sam­ple and get it to a lab, you should con­tact a lab or water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al for assis­tance. 

Wenham Private Wells and Testing Responsibility

You are respon­si­ble for your own water test­ing if you have a pri­vate well.  Test­ing should be done peri­od­i­cal­ly.  Speak to a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al or state cer­ti­fied lab for infor­ma­tion on how often to have your well test­ed.

Common Water Quality Issues in Wenham, MA.

The com­mon issues encoun­tered in Wen­ham, MA pri­vate wells are man­ganese and iron along with low pH, sodi­um and some­times the health threats radon and arsenic mak­ing their way into the water.  If the test­ing results for Radon exceed the cur­rent Mass­a­chu­setts guide­line of 10,000 pCi/L in water, the radon must be removed from the water and the Board of Health rec­om­mends test­ing the air for Radon as well.  It should be not­ed that New Hamp­shire requires action if radon is 2,000 pCi/L (pico cur­ries per liter), Maine and Rhode Island are at 4,000 pCi/L.  The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el of Arsenic in drink­ing water per the EPA is .01 mg/L (miligrams per liter) or 10 parts per bil­lion. For more infor­ma­tion on this see the link at EPA Arsenic in Water Info.  Hydro­gen Sul­fide is evi­denced typ­i­cal­ly by a rot­ten egg smell in your water, how­ev­er this may also be caused by high Man­ganese lev­els in the water as well.  A water fil­tra­tion specif­i­cal­ly for this prob­lem is effec­tive in cor­rect­ing this.

Iron staining needs water filtration

Dis­solved Iron in Water Caus­ing  Stain­ing in Tub

 

Water filtration for low pH

Blue/Green Stain­ing from dis­solved cop­per in water from low pH

Effective Water Filtration Systems

Water fil­tra­tion sys­tems can be installed in Wen­ham for the removal of any of the con­t­a­m­i­nants list­ed above and more.  A water soft­en­er is typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove dis­solved iron or man­ganese in the water through a tech­nol­o­gy called Ion Exchange.  Sed­i­ment fil­tra­tion will remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese in the water.  Arsenic is removed with tanks con­tain­ing a spe­cif­ic media that “grabs” the arsenic out of the water.  Remov­ing radon from water requires a sys­tem in which the water is high­ly agi­tat­ed releas­ing the radon gas from the water, then safe­ly vent­ed out­side the home to ambi­ent air.  Sodi­um is effec­tive­ly removed through reverse osmo­sis tech­nol­o­gy.  Oth­er tech­nolo­gies and sys­tems may be required to remove oth­er con­t­a­m­i­nants.  These sys­tems are typ­i­cal­ly installed in the base­ment.

Arsenic water filtration

Arsenic removal tanks

 

Water filtration for radon

Radon in Water Removal Sys­tem

 

Again, any water fil­tra­tion or water soft­en­er sys­tem designed should start with a water test before an informed rec­om­men­da­tion can be made.  A well main­tained sys­tem will pro­vide you with on-going excel­lent water qual­i­ty for your Wen­ham home.

 

H2o Care, Inc. is an established, full service water testing and filtration systems installation and service organization, formed in 1989.  Based in Middleton, MA on route 114, the company website is at http://www.h2ocare.com.  The company has been published in Water Technology Magazine for contaminants common to this region.  See the publications tab on the company website.

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