Tap Water Issues in San Diego

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November 20, 2017
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Have you read the recent reports about tap water issues in San Diego? If not, you probably should and be concerned about the water you drink and even the water you swim in. For many years, we have been talking about water quality issues because they are a big deal and they should be something you should be concerned about. With issues like Cryptosporidium and other waterborne diseases that could be present in your water reading stories about 15 Cities with the Cleanest Tap Water and learning that our area is near the bottom of the list, we want to further explain why you should be concerned about your swimming pool water. It is interesting timing because just last week we recycled a swimming pool water because the owner of the swimming pool wanted to make sure his family was swimming in the best quality of water.

Anytime you swim in commercial swimming pools just because of the number of bathers there is always a concern of a waterborne disease but usually, that isn’t as much as an issue with a residential swimming pool. But with recent reports stating, “For example, there is The City of San Diego (CA) with the contaminants detected above health guidelines count 9, and then there is probably the best tap water in California coming from San Francisco (with only 3 contaminants that are above health guidelines) we want you to understand why choosing to recycle your pool water using The Puripool Process is your smartest decision. Here are some of the benefits of using our service:

  • Water conservation
  • No downtime, you can swim in the pool during filtration
  • Filtration can be completed in less than a day for most residential swimming pools
  • Drinking quality water in your pool
  • The interior finish isn’t exposed

As stated above, last week, we recycled a 16,000-gallon swimming pool because the owner wanted his family to swim in the best quality of water. When we arrived to his swimming pool we found the initial water chemistry to be the following:

  • Calcium Hardness – 760 parts per million (ppm)
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) – 4109 ppm
  • Cyanuric Acid (CYA) – 175ppm

After filtering this swimming pool for 10 hours, we were able to conserve 85% of the water and leave them with the following ending chemistry:

  • Calcium Hardness – 170ppm
  • TDS – 886ppm
  • CYA – 40ppm

As for the ending chemistry, you can’t achieve results like this with our tap water in San Diego and that is one of the main reasons why choosing our service is your smartest decision along with the fact that we guarantee you with water that not only looks better but feels better too! If you should have any questions, please contact us today!

 

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