Water filtration for massachusetts restaurants

water filtration for restaurants

WATER FILTRATION FOR RESTAURANTS

The fol­low­ing dis­cuss­es poten­tial water qual­i­ty issues or con­cerns as well as water fil­tra­tion options for water qual­i­ty improve­ment at restau­rants in Mass­a­chu­setts.

(H2O Care was for­mer­ly a divi­sion of Atlas Water­sys­tems, Inc. )


Depend­ing on your water source, taste & odor issues as well as var­i­ous types of stain­ing of glass and dish­ware or in sinks, toi­lets, and oth­er plumb­ing fix­tures may be caus­ing con­cerns in your restau­rant. You may expe­ri­ence taste and odor issues that are com­mon­ly asso­ci­at­ed with chlo­ramine (a chlo­rine, ammo­nia com­pound) or chlo­rine, which is used to dis­in­fect the water and con­trol bac­te­r­i­al growth in a num­ber of pub­lic water sup­plies.  Addi­tion­al­ly, some equip­ment man­u­fac­tur­ers spec­i­fy water qual­i­ty para­me­ters in their users man­u­al which could ren­der war­ranties unen­force­able if not adhered to. There is a “Fre­quent­ly Asked Ques­tions” pub­li­ca­tion pro­vid­ed by MWRA that reviews what you may encounter if you are on that sup­ply sys­tem.  See the link at FAQs MWRA Water. See the Water Fil­tra­tion Sys­tems sec­tion below for more infor­ma­tion on water qual­i­ty improve­ment.

TASTE & ODOR ISSUES/ PREMATURE EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWNS ?

water filtration for restaurants

SEDIMENT & CARBON WATER FILTRATION MANIFOLD

BAD ODORS & TASTES IN YOUR WATERfishy smell in water in Middleton, MArotten egg smell in water in Middleton, MAchlorine smell and taste in water in Middleton, MA

While symp­toms of water qual­i­ty issues such as bad odors & taste, stain­ing of bath­room fix­tures & laun­dry, pre­ma­ture equip­ment break­downs etc. are indi­ca­tors of prob­lems, the pre­ferred start­ing point is to get a water test to iden­ti­fy the min­er­als or con­t­a­m­i­nants in the water and at what quan­ti­ty they exist.  This will lead to an effec­tive sys­tem rec­om­men­da­tion and route to pro­vid­ing excel­lent on-gong water qual­i­ty for drink­ing, wash­ing, etc.  There are var­i­ous approach­es to pro­vid­ing your restau­rant with bet­ter qual­i­ty ice, good tast­ing water, improved bev­er­age taste and improved water qual­i­ty to feed your dish­wash­ers to avoid streak­ing on glass­es and din­ner­ware.

water filtration for restaurants

BEFORE & AFTERSEDIMENT/ CARBON FILTERS CHANGE-OUT IN LOCAL RESTAURANT

WATER FILTRATION & WATER SOFTENING SYSTEMS

Restaurant water filtration systems Massachusetts

Var­i­ous types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems are avail­able for the removal of any of the poten­tial caus­es of symp­toms you may be expe­ri­enc­ing.  Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove hard water min­er­als, 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.  Bad tastes & odors can be removed with a sediment/carbon fil­tra­tion sys­tem.  Addi­tion­al­ly, to cre­ate very pure drink­ing water, a reverse osmo­sis sys­tem can be installed, which uti­lizes the same tech­nol­o­gy used to pro­duce both Aqua­fi­na, Dasani and some oth­er bot­tled waters.  There are var­i­ous sized reverse osmo­sis sys­tems to match the vol­ume demands required.

reverse osmosis for restaurant water filtration

       REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER PURIFICATION

Any water fil­tra­tion sys­tem or water soft­en­er rec­om­men­da­tion in Mass­a­chu­setts 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.

In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your 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, MA and previously a division of Atlas Watersystems, Inc.  Articles published by the Company can be seen in Water Technology Magazine or linked through the publications section on our website at http://h2ocare.wpengine.com.  Contact us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800–539-1100.

water filtration for restaurants in Masschusetts WATER FILTRATION for restaurants in Massachusetts

 

Water filtration for boston restaurants

water filtration for Boston restaurant

WATER FILTRATION FOR BOSTON RESTAURANTS

The fol­low­ing dis­cuss­es poten­tial water qual­i­ty issues or con­cerns as well as water fil­tra­tion options for restau­rants in Boston, Mass­a­chu­setts.

(H2O Care was for­mer­ly a divi­sion of: Atlas Water­sys­tems, Inc.) 


The Boston water sup­ply is sup­plied by 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, the long dis­tance to the water’s even­tu­al land­ing point and oth­er issues may cause taste & odor issues as well as var­i­ous types of stain­ing in sinks, toi­lets, show­ers and oth­er plumb­ing fix­tures.  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.  Addi­tion­al­ly, some equip­ment man­u­fac­tur­ers spec­i­fy water qual­i­ty para­me­ters in their users man­u­al which could ren­der war­ranties unen­force­able if not adhered to. There is a “Fre­quent­ly Asked Ques­tions” pub­li­ca­tion pro­vid­ed by MWRA that reviews what you may encounter. See the link at FAQs MWRA Water. See the Water Fil­tra­tion Sys­tems sec­tion below for more infor­ma­tion on water qual­i­ty improve­ment.

TASTE & ODOR ISSUES/ PREMATURE EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWNS ?

water filtration for restaurant in boston

SEDIMENT & CARBON WATER         FILTRATION  MANIFOLD

BAD ODORS & TASTES IN YOUR WATERfishy smell in water in Middleton, MArotten egg smell in water in Middleton, MAchlorine smell and taste in water in Middleton, MA

While symp­toms of water qual­i­ty issues such as bad odors & taste, stain­ing of bath­room fix­tures & laun­dry, pre­ma­ture equip­ment break­downs etc. are indi­ca­tors of prob­lems, the pre­ferred start­ing point is to get a water test to iden­ti­fy the min­er­als or con­t­a­m­i­nants in the water and at what quan­ti­ty they exist.  This will lead to an effec­tive sys­tem rec­om­men­da­tion and route to pro­vid­ing excel­lent on-going water qual­i­ty for drink­ing, wash­ing, etc.  There are var­i­ous approach­es to pro­vid­ing your restau­rant with bet­ter qual­i­ty ice, good tast­ing water, improved bev­er­age taste and improved water qual­i­ty to feed your dish­wash­ers to avoid streak­ing on glass­es and din­ner­ware.

BEFORE & AFTER OF SEDIMENT/ CARBON FILTERS IN RESTAURANT

WATER FILTRATION & SOFTENING SYSTEMS

restaurant water filtration in boston

Var­i­ous types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems are avail­able for the removal of any of the poten­tial caus­es of symp­toms you may be expe­ri­enc­ing.  Water soft­en­ers are typ­i­cal­ly installed to remove hard water min­er­als, 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.  Bad tastes & odors, which may be the result of the chlo­ramine added into the MWRA water sup­ply for dis­in­fect­ing pur­pos­es, can be removed with a car­bon fil­tra­tion sys­tem.  Addi­tion­al­ly, to cre­ate very pure drink­ing water, a reverse osmo­sis sys­tem can be installed, which uti­lizes the same tech­nol­o­gy used to pro­duce both Aqua­fi­na, Dasani and some oth­er bot­tled waters.  There are var­i­ous sized reverse osmo­sis sys­tems to match the vol­ume demands required.

reverse osmosis for restaurant water filtration in Boston, MA

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER PURIFICATION

Any water fil­tra­tion sys­tem or water soft­en­er rec­om­men­da­tion in Boston 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.  Water soft­en­ing is typ­i­cal­ly not required in Boston, how­ev­er, sed­i­ment & car­bon fil­tra­tion is often rec­om­mend­ed for over­all water qual­i­ty improve­ment.

In sum­ma­ry, con­trol­ling your 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://h2ocare.wpengine.com.  You can contact us by email at [email protected] or call us at 800–539-1100.

water filtration for restaurants in Boston, MA WATER FILTRATION for restaurants IN BOSTON, MA

 

Water softener — stoughton, massachusetts

Water softener in stoughton, ma

WATER SOFTENER FOR STOUGHTON

The pri­ma­ry hard water min­er­als are mag­ne­sium and cal­ci­um (the hard­ness min­er­als), while iron and man­ganese (“the stain­ers”) can also be found in Stoughton water, most­ly in pri­vate wells. These con­t­a­m­i­nants can be removed with a water soft­en­er and/or a prop­er­ly spec­i­fied sed­i­ment fil­ter depend­ing on whether the contaminant’s form is in solu­tion, par­tic­u­late or both.  A water test and analy­sis will deter­mine the best course of action.  A water soft­en­er will improve your water great­ly if you have hard water min­er­als, iron, or man­ganese in your water.   If oth­er impu­ri­ties are con­firmed in the water test, they can be removed with oth­er types of water fil­tra­tion sys­tems.

Hard water inter­feres with many clean­ing tasks, from doing the laun­dry to wash­ing dish­es to tak­ing a show­er.  Wash­ing your hair in hard water may leave it feel­ing sticky and dull.  Dish­es and glass­es get spot­ted and a film may build up on show­er doors, bath­tubs, sinks and faucets.  Clothes can look dingy and feel rough and scratchy.   Hard water can also cause a residue to build-up in pipes that can low­er water pres­sure.

Water softener Stoughton, MA

DAMAGING HARD WATER SCALE BUILD-UP INSIDE PIPING

Cal­ci­um and mag­ne­sium may have major affects on your home’s plumb­ing and your abil­i­ty to clean, even though the EPA has no pub­lished lim­its on these.  The max­i­mum allow­able lev­el (per the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency) for iron as a sec­ondary con­t­a­m­i­nant is .3 parts per mil­lion and for man­ganese is .05 parts per mil­lion. Small amounts of these min­er­als can have very notice­able, even dam­ag­ing affects on your home’s water qual­i­ty.

Water soft­en­ers vary, includ­ing up-flow ver­sus down-flow which can make a big dif­fer­ence, par­tic­u­lar­ly if there are ele­vat­ed lev­els of iron or man­ganese in the water.  In some cas­es where the water chem­istry is more com­pli­cat­ed, a dif­fer­ent type of water fil­tra­tion sys­tem may make more sense to remove iron or man­ganese.

The fol­low­ing chart iden­ti­fies hard water lev­els:

Water Softener for Stoughton, MA

AFFECTS OF IRON, MANGANESE AND HARD WATER

Scale from hard water can build-up inside water heaters insu­lat­ing the tem­per­a­ture sen­sor inside the tank cre­at­ing extra work to bring the tem­per­a­ture up to the set lev­el.  This reduces the life of your hot water heater and will like­ly require ear­ly replace­ment.  Some oth­er affects of these con­t­a­m­i­nants include cor­ro­sion and scal­ing inside pipes and major stain­ing through­out the home’s show­ers, bath­tubs, and sinks.  For those using their well water for lawn irri­ga­tion, iron and man­ganese can cause major stain­ing of walk­ways, sid­ing and any­place the water touch­es.  See the link at http://h2ocare.com/lawn-irrigation/.  Hydro­gen Sul­fide is evi­denced typ­i­cal­ly by a rot­ten egg smell in 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.

WHAT A WATER SOFTENER WILL REMOVE

A water soft­en­er effec­tive­ly removes dis­solved forms of iron & man­ganese and hard­ness min­er­als from the water.  To remove par­tic­u­late iron or man­ganese, water fil­tra­tion uti­liz­ing a car­tridge fil­ter with prop­er micron rat­ing will be effec­tive.  Depend­ing on the sit­u­a­tion, this could require a series of fil­ters with dif­fer­ent size micron rat­ings to han­dle heav­ier lev­els of dif­fer­ent sized par­ti­cles in the water.  Select­ing an appro­pri­ate micron rat­ing and style of fil­ter can be deter­mined by a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al based on water test results and oth­er symp­toms. For more infor­ma­tion on Iron and Man­ganese in water, see our pub­lished arti­cles in Water Tech­nol­o­gy Mag­a­zine at the fol­low­ing link: http://h2ocare.com/publications/

water softener FOR Stoughton, MA

DISSOLVED IRON IN BATHTUB

WHAT DOES A WATER SOFTENER NOT REMOVE?

water softener Stoughton, MA

  WATER SOFTENER

A water soft­en­er will not remove the health threat con­t­a­m­i­nants Radon and Arsenic which may be found in Stoughton and will require dif­fer­ent water fil­tra­tion tech­nolo­gies.  Arsenic in water can be removed at the point of entry into the home with tanks filled with arsenic spe­cif­ic resin that cap­tures the arsenic before it can get into the home’s water sup­ply.  Point of use sys­tems for drink­ing water can use reverse osmo­sis tech­nol­o­gy to effec­tive­ly remove arsenic.  Radon can be safe­ly removed with an aer­a­tion sys­tem that agi­tates the incom­ing well water, releas­ing the gas from the water in a sealed cham­ber, then safe­ly vent­ing it to the out­side ambi­ent air.  Speak to a water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al to review your water test results and decide which sys­tem is right for you.

Water softener in Stoughton, MA

H2O Care is an established Massachusetts based 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.  You can contact us by Email at [email protected] or call us at 800–539-1100.

Hydrogen sulfide in water — wrentham, mass

Hydrogen sulfide in wrentham, ma

HYDROGEN SULFIDE REMOVAL

IS HYDROGEN SULFIDE CAUSING A ROTTEN EGG SMELL ?

Hydro­gen sul­fide and sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria are two forms of sul­fur most com­mon­ly found in drink­ing water sup­plies. Both forms are nui­sances that usu­al­ly do not pose a health risk at the con­cen­tra­tions found in domes­tic wells, but can cause major aes­thet­ic prob­lems in your Wren­tham home.

hydrogen sulfide or rotten egg smell in Wrentham, MA

A BAD EGG

Hydro­gen sul­fide gas, which caus­es a rot­ten egg smell in water, occurs nat­u­ral­ly in cer­tain ground waters con­tain­ing decay­ing organ­ic mat­ter, such as marsh­es, swamps, wet­lands and riv­er beds. It may be found in either deep or shal­low wells. Hydro­gen sul­fide is often present in wells drilled in shale or sand­stone, or near coal or peat deposits or oil fields.

Hydro­gen sul­fide gives water a “rot­ten egg” smell and taste, and can cause nau­sea.  It is cor­ro­sive to met­als such as iron, steel, cop­per and brass. It can tar­nish sil­ver­ware and dis­col­or cop­per and brass uten­sils. It can also cause yel­low or black stains on kitchen and bath­room fix­tures.

Cof­fee, tea and oth­er bev­er­ages made with water con­tain­ing hydro­gen sul­fide may be dis­col­ored and the appear­ance and taste of cooked foods can also be affect­ed. High con­cen­tra­tions of dis­solved hydro­gen sul­fide also can foul the resin bed of an ion exchange water soft­en­er.

HYDROGEN SULFIDE in water in Wrentham, Massachusetts

TESTING FOR HYDROGEN SULFIDE IN WELL WATER

Hydro­gen sul­fide can be dif­fi­cult to test because the gas escapes into the atmos­phere so quick­ly. Onsite test­ing is the most accu­rate method for deter­min­ing con­cen­tra­tion, espe­cial­ly if the odor is exces­sive. The odor is dif­fi­cult to mis­take.  For con­cen­tra­tions greater than 5 mg/L are more dif­fi­cult to treat and could require spe­cial test­ing meth­ods to assure accu­ra­cy.

The EPA sets stan­dards for sec­ondary water con­t­a­m­i­nants based on col­or, odor, taste, cor­ro­sive­ness, foam­ing and stain­ing prop­er­ties. Hydro­gen sul­fide is not reg­u­lat­ed because any con­cen­tra­tion high enough to pose a health haz­ard will also make the water too unpalat­able to drink.

WATER FILTRATION APPROACHES

Hydro­gen sul­fide can be treat­ed with chlo­ri­na­tion, aer­a­tion fol­lowed by fil­tra­tion or ozone infu­sion. Depend­ing on the H2S lev­el present in the water, a deter­mi­na­tion can be made by your water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al as to which method will be most effec­tive.  Often, treat­ment for hydro­gen sul­fide is the same as for iron and man­ganese, allow­ing the removal of all three con­t­a­m­i­nants in one process. Based on the total water chem­istry, the best approach can be deter­mined.

hydrogen sulfide water filtration for Wrentham, ma

HYDROGEN SULFIDE WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS

IF ROTTEN EGG SMELL IS IN THE HOT WATER ONLY

Most water heater anode rods con­tain some sul­fate there­fore, If the water con­tains sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria, a rot­ten egg odor is cre­at­ed in the hot water only. If this occurs, the first course of action is to replace the anode rod with an alu­minum-based rod which lim­its the sul­fate and there­fore stops the odor.  Sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria is treat­ed with con­tin­u­ous chlo­ri­na­tion. Remov­ing sul­fate min­er­al is dif­fi­cult and usu­al­ly not fea­si­ble, so chlo­ri­na­tion kills the bac­te­ria instead. The chlo­ri­na­tion process involves a chem­i­cal feed pump sys­tem that injects a chlo­rine solu­tion into the inlet of a reten­tion tank that must be installed in the house pip­ing. There are oth­er con­sid­er­a­tions as well in this process which can be dis­cussed with your water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al.

Hydrogen Sulfide in drinking water in Wrentham, MaHydrogen sulfide removal in Wrentham, Mass

H2O Care is an established Massachusetts based water filtration and testing company formed in 1989, with offices in Hudson, MA (439 Main Street) & Middleton, MA (259 South Main Street) .  Articles published by the company in Water Technology Magazine can be seen at the company website http://www.h2ocare.com in the publications section.  Contact us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 800–539-1100.

Hydrogen sulfide in water — upton, mass

Hydrogen Sulfide in water in Upton, MA

HYDROGEN SULFIDE REMOVAL

IS HYDROGEN SULFIDE CAUSING A ROTTEN EGG SMELL ?

Hydro­gen sul­fide and sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria are two forms of sul­fur most com­mon­ly found in drink­ing water sup­plies. Both forms are nui­sances that usu­al­ly do not pose a health risk at the con­cen­tra­tions found in domes­tic wells, but can cause major aes­thet­ic prob­lems in your Upton home.

hydrogen sulfide or rotten egg smell in Upton, MA

BAD EGG

Hydro­gen sul­fide gas, which caus­es a rot­ten egg smell in water, occurs nat­u­ral­ly in cer­tain ground waters con­tain­ing decay­ing organ­ic mat­ter, such as marsh­es, swamps, wet­lands and riv­er beds. It may be found in either deep or shal­low wells. Hydro­gen sul­fide is often present in wells drilled in shale or sand­stone, or near coal or peat deposits or oil fields.

Hydro­gen sul­fide gives water a “rot­ten egg” smell and taste, and can cause nau­sea.  It is cor­ro­sive to met­als such as iron, steel, cop­per and brass. It can tar­nish sil­ver­ware and dis­col­or cop­per and brass uten­sils. It can also cause yel­low or black stains on kitchen and bath­room fix­tures.

Cof­fee, tea and oth­er bev­er­ages made with water con­tain­ing hydro­gen sul­fide may be dis­col­ored and the appear­ance and taste of cooked foods can also be affect­ed. High con­cen­tra­tions of dis­solved hydro­gen sul­fide also can foul the resin bed of an ion exchange water soft­en­er.

HYDROGEN SULFIDE in water in Plainville, Massachusetts

TESTING FOR HYDROGEN SULFIDE IN WATER

Hydro­gen sul­fide can be dif­fi­cult to test because the gas escapes into the atmos­phere so quick­ly. Onsite test­ing is the most accu­rate method for deter­min­ing con­cen­tra­tion, espe­cial­ly if the odor is exces­sive. The odor is dif­fi­cult to mis­take.  For con­cen­tra­tions greater than 5 mg/L are more dif­fi­cult to treat and could require spe­cial test­ing meth­ods to assure accu­ra­cy.

The EPA sets stan­dards for sec­ondary water con­t­a­m­i­nants based on col­or, odor, taste, cor­ro­sive­ness, foam­ing and stain­ing prop­er­ties. Hydro­gen sul­fide is not reg­u­lat­ed because any con­cen­tra­tion high enough to pose a health haz­ard will also make the water too unpalat­able to drink.

WATER FILTRATION APPROACHES

Hydro­gen sul­fide can be treat­ed with chlo­ri­na­tion, aer­a­tion fol­lowed by fil­tra­tion or ozone infu­sion. Depend­ing on the H2S lev­el present in the water, a deter­mi­na­tion can be made by your water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al as to which method will be most effec­tive.  Often, treat­ment for hydro­gen sul­fide is the same as for iron and man­ganese, allow­ing the removal of all three con­t­a­m­i­nants in one process. Based on the total water chem­istry, the best approach can be deter­mined.

hydrogen sulfide water filtration for Upton, ma

HYDROGEN SULFIDE WATER FILTRATION SYSTEMS

ROTTEN EGG SMELL IS IN THE HOT WATER ONLY

Most water heater anode rods con­tain some sul­fate there­fore, If the water con­tains sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria, a rot­ten egg odor is cre­at­ed in the hot water only. If this occurs, the first course of action is to replace the anode rod with an alu­minum-based rod which lim­its the sul­fate and there­fore stops the odor.  Sul­fate-reduc­ing bac­te­ria is treat­ed with con­tin­u­ous chlo­ri­na­tion. Remov­ing sul­fate min­er­al is dif­fi­cult and usu­al­ly not fea­si­ble, so chlo­ri­na­tion kills the bac­te­ria instead. The chlo­ri­na­tion process involves a chem­i­cal feed pump sys­tem that injects a chlo­rine solu­tion into the inlet of a reten­tion tank that must be installed in the house pip­ing. There are oth­er con­sid­er­a­tions as well in this process which can be dis­cussed with your water treat­ment pro­fes­sion­al.

Hydrogen Sulfide in drinking water in Upton, MaHydrogen sulfide removal in Upton, Mass

H2O Care is an established Massachusetts based water filtration and testing company formed in 1989, with offices in Hudson, MA (439 Main Street) & Middleton, MA (259 South Main Street) .  Articles published by the company in Water Technology Magazine can be seen at the company website http://www.h2ocare.com in the publications section.  Contact us by email at [email protected] or by calling us at 800–539-1100.
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