E.coli in my drinking water.

We tested the drinking water and the results indicated that there is E.coli present.
I’m in a state because that is the only water source that we have.
I fear for the moment someone of us gets ill.
I’m very serious about the health of my family.


What can I do about the E.coli?

The first step is to boil all the water that you consume.
Just put a small amount of chlorine in the bath water.
That will kill the bacteria.

Treatment of E.coli.

You will hear that you can use ozone, chlorine and UV lights.

E.coli treatment with an ozone generator.

People make a big fuss of this system.
I have no faith in this system.
There is no laboratory proof that ozone is effective.
It is all hearsay and I don’t work on hearsay.
Time and time again I came across ozone generators that appear if it is working.
The fan runs and that is all that is working.
The ozone generator is very unpredictable.
I’m not playing with my client’s health.


Treatment of E.coli with chlorine.

Chlorine work but there is a problem.
The application of chlorine must be done manually.
The water must then be tested to establish if the chlorine level is right.
The chlorine levels fluctuate all the time.
This method is unpredictable.
Even if you use a dosing pump.
The chlorine is also expensive.


Treatment E.coli with a UV light.


I prefer the UV light.
The UV light is very effective.
I have done tests to establish if it is effective.
The UV light is constant and predictable.
If the globe is not working the Unit have an alarm.
The UV light that is been placed in the tank is a total waste of money.
The tank UV light is totally ineffective.
The UV light in the stainless steel casing is the best.
E.coli in water.

E.coli (Escherichia coli) is a germ, or can we say bacteria.
These bacteria live in the digestive tracts of humans and animals.

Many types of E. coli exist.
Most of them are harmless.
Some of the bacteria can cause bloody diarrhoea.
Some E. coli bacteria strains can cause severe anaemia or kidney failure, which can lead to death.
E.coli can cause different types of infections like urinary tract infections.


Water contamination with E.coli.


Human or animal faeces infected with E. coli sometimes get into lakes, pools, and water supplies. People can become infected when a contaminated city or town water supply has not been properly treated with chlorine or when people accidentally swallow contaminated water while swimming in a lake, pool, or irrigation canal.

with the faeces of humans or animals.
When you drink water that is contaminated by faeces.

A drain that is not effective is also a cause of contamination of groundwater.