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The latest funding by the EPA for three universities to develop innovative treatment methods to keep dangerous contaminants out of the public’s drinking water has caught the attention of residents in Sarasota, FL. The grantees of this $1.5 million in funding are the University of Florida in Gainesville, the University of South Florida in Tampa and the University of Nevada in Reno. Realizing that the current water treatment in Sarasota, FL is not adequate, the EPA is seeking cost-effective new technologies to improve the safety of local drinking water.

In Sarasota, FL, it is not uncommon to find harmful contaminants in the water like nitrates, toxic metals, coliform bacteria and arsenic. If you’re unsure about the safety of your drinking water, Aqua Plumbing provides a complimentary water analysis to detect harmful contaminants and effective water treatment in Sarasota, FL. An experienced and knowledgeable water consultant will visit your home and take a specimen for analysis. Once the results are in, you’ll know if you need to install a water treatment system. By purifying your home water, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you have taken the right steps to ensure your family’s good health.

In Sarasota, FL, we use the natural resource of water for so many purposes. Water is used for food preparation, quick drinks to quell the thirst, instant beverages and to hydrate pets. There are so many causes of unsafe drinking water. Close proximity to gas stations, industry, factories, farms can result in ground pollution. These pollutants find a way to the underground water systems and are filled with dangerous bacteria and organisms. These are microscopic organisms, and it is easy for many to slip through water treatment systems.

Aqua Plumbing offers a very effective water treatment system that eliminates those tiny microscopic organisms. Using a reverse osmosis system, the water is pushed through a membrane to remove any impurities. Since nothing bigger than a water molecule can pass through this filtering membrane, contaminants from well water and municipal water are removed. The reverse osmosis process removes lead, nitrates and harmful biological contaminants. Installation of these systems is simple. Typically, these water treatment systems are installed under a kitchen sink and linked with a pipe to a special faucet.

We also offer a water conditioning system that will enhance the quality of your home water. This system is also excellent for eliminating rust stains and soap scum on faucets and prevents clogging due to built-up sediments. You’ll notice you don’t need as much shampoo to lather up, the laundry is softer and your skin and hair shine. It’s an excellent adjunct to the water filtration system.

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