Is South African tap water safe?

A recent article in titled- “South African Lawmaker Demands Water Plan to Save System” suggests that we are facing a water apocalypse. We may be and you have probably wondered if drinking tap water is still safe.

Tony Marchesini
From Tony Marchesini

We may be more at more risk than other parts of the world, but this situation is not unique to South Africa. There has been a major shift around the world to private individuals taking responsibility to ensure that their drinking water is 100% safe to drink.

Consider that only ½ of 1% of water delivered by the municipalities is used for human consumption. The majority  is used in industry and agriculture. You can guess where the focus and budget goes!

It is time for South African households, restaurants and offices to take charge of what their families, customers and employees consume. It is not going to get any better.

We have a very large range of products and many years experience; this combination allows us to supply a water treatment solution that will fit your budget and your specific water treatment challenge be it excess of chlorine, excessive sediments or bacteria and so on, from a small countertop purifier to a full ultra treatment system. Please click here to see the range of water filters and purifiers that we have and contact a branch closest to you for advice.

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