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Old 12-26-13, 08:36 PM   #1
David
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Default SALTY WELL/ high iron content too

SALTY WELL

Hello,

I hope you have all had a very Merry Christmas.

I wish to ask anyone if they can provide me with an economic way of reducing the salinity of my bore (read Well) and reduce its high levels of iron.

My past research has led me to conclude that magnets are an expensive sham and Water filtration systems are very expensive if you are trying to filter the volumes of water I will need to keep my garden well watered in our hot summers. (It is early summer at present).

I am attracted to the use of osmosis and membranes.



kind regards

David from 'down under' or as I like to say from up here'


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