Adelaide’s water is hard. Adelaide and Perth are also considered to be having the saltiest water in the whole country. This is simply because a lot of rain comes from the ocean hence lots of wind-blown salt mixes with the water catchment making it salty. We can quickly install water softeners in your home or apartment today. Simply leave us a message.
Swimming-pool, most of Adelaide’s water has that taste since very large doses of chlorine is used to treat the dirty water after being filtered to be good for human use. Since the water tastes so bad, it gives a business opportunity for bottled water companies to make better water. To make your water tastes better, we can quickly install water filters – reach out today.
Yes, it does contain chlorine. Adelaide water is always murky hence treated using large doses of chlorine. Chlorine is used in getting rid of bacteria and pathogens that may be present in the water.
Yes, Adelaide uses desalinated water. In addition to that, at Lonsdale, there is the largest desalination plant in entire Australia. The plant is known to provide more than 100 gigalitres of water annually. The plant is also the only Adelaide’s climate-independent origin of drinking water and has been operational since 2011.
The way water is treated in South Australia depends on the source of the water. It also has several water sources and also more than 80 water supply systems making them use different methods based on where the water is derived to achieve the best drinking water for everyone across Australia. Below are some methods that are used to treat water in South Australia: