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Gerry Bulfin Master Water Specialist

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Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

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Gerry Bulfin Master Water Specialist

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Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Treatment: How to Eliminate Odors with Peroxide

How to Eliminate Odors and Freshen Well Water with Hydrogen Peroxide In today’s episode, I am talking all about hydrogen peroxide for well water and how great it works to eliminate odors in well water. This is the same hydrogen peroxide found at the local pharmacy or supermarket but in a slightly higher concentration. Four years or so ago I put up a post on our blog called “Eliminate Well Water Odors: Four Reasons Why Hydrogen Peroxide Water Treatment Is Best”. We have had a lot of folks call and email us regarding that article and asking about peroxide systems, and I wanted to do a podcast episode explaining it in simple terms: why peroxide can often be the best option to kill sulfur odor in your well water! Why Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Works Great: * Peroxide works faster than chlorine, so often no contact tank is required * Unlike chlorine, the peroxide will not leave a chemical residue or chemical by-products after treatment. * Peroxide works over a wider pH range * D...

24 min2019 DEC 21
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Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Treatment: How to Eliminate Odors with Peroxide

How To Eliminate Odors in Your Well Water

On this latest installment of the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast, I talk about how to eliminate odors in well water. I also go over how to identify odors in well water and then walk listeners through the basics steps of eliminating these same odors. As with other issues we’ve discussed, causes may be surprising, but solutions to eliminate odors in yourwell water are not complicated. What You’ll Hear in this episode: 1. Kinds of odor in well water 2. What causes these odors? 3. The 4 basic methods of eliminating odor in well water 4. The 3 low-cost methods of eliminating odor 5. What types of water filters are best for treating odors 6. Dangers of hydrogen sulfide in water 7. Ideal water PH 8. What causes rusty water? 9. The importance of doing a water analysis 10. Easy tests you can do at home to analyze your water 11. How to do a physical inspection of your water 12. What happens when you aerate water? 13. Which oxidizer is the most economical? 14. Ways of removing bacteria in water. 15. What is the most affordable method of treating odor and bacteria? Transcript Eliminate Odors in Well Water Hello! Thanks again for tuning in to the Clean Water Made Easy podcast. Episode #6. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a Water Treatment Contractor and WQA Certified Master Water Specialist. Hey I hope you’re having a great day wherever you’re listening. You know this podcast series is here to help you learn all about well water, water treatment systems, how wells work, and how to improve the quality of your well water. Free Book Download In today’s episode, we’re going to cover the basics of how to eliminate odor in well water, particularly rotten egg odor and we’ll talk about the other kinds of odors that folks run into as well. Some years ago I wrote a book called The Definitive Guide to Well Water Treatment. It’s being sold on Amazon, we update it every year and you know one section of that book, How to Remove Odors in Well Water, is actually one of the most downloaded guides. I have that separately as a guide and for listeners of this podcast, I’m offering it to you for free. The How to Remove Odors from Well Water is an easy to follow guide, a handy checklist, step by step lists and guides and pictures and useful information all about removing odor from well water. It covers a lot of what we’ll talk about in today’s episode. Although it’s more in-depth that you can take your time and look at what section pertains to you that kind of thing. You can get this free guide by texting the wordODORGUIDE to 44222 or you can go on website cleanwaterstore.com/podcasts and find this episode and you can get it from there. So again if you want it might be easy just text the word ODORGUIDE to 44222 and we’ll get that going to you. Podcast subtopics In this episode, we’re going to cover: What is the cause of the odor in my well water? What’s the best way to eliminate odor without spending a lot of money? What types of filters or systems are out there to treat odors? We’ll also cover how you can run a little test at home and see what approach would work to eliminate odors in your well water without spending any money. Rotten Egg Odor So the most common odor that we run into is rotten egg odor which is hydrogen sulfide gas. It has a very distinctive rotten egg odor and it may be especially present in those homes running hot water but you can find it in cold and hot water. This kind of water discolors coffee, tea, and other beverages and it alters the appearance and taste of cooked foods. Truly a nuisance.

29 min2019 JUL 10
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How To Eliminate Odors in Your Well Water

Ozone Treatment for Well Water Episode 16

Why use ozone water treatment for your well water? #1: Ozone is a powerful disinfectant: Ozone water treatment can rapidly disinfect your well water and kill bacteria and viruses, but unlike chlorine does not leave a chemical chlorine residual. #2: When used with filtration, it removes iron, manganese and sulfur odor: The oxidizing properties of ozone, when combined with filtration, will eliminate iron, manganese, sulfur and reduce or eliminate tastes and odor problems. #3: Ozone is automatic and doesn’t require additional chemicals: Ozone is a gas that is generated by an ozone generator at your site and injected into your water. #4: Sizing is critical: Ozone generators need to be sized to fit the application. Ozone generators produce ozone in grams per hour and depends on your well water flow rate and water chemistry. #5: Decide on ultraviolet (“UV”) light ozone water treatment or corona-discharge type: While UV light can produce low levels of ozone, it works best for removing s...

19 min2019 MAR 23
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Ozone Treatment for Well Water Episode 16

How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems

Episode 15. How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems Read or Listen to See How to troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water. Today’s episode is all about how to troubleshoot low water pressure on well water for homes and small businesses. Do you have plenty of water, but experience low water pressure? This is a common problem. I put together a Checklist and quick Troubleshooting guide called “How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water.” This free guide includes pictures, checklists, and things to look for in trying to troubleshoot low water pressure (see link below to get your guide). Discussed during this episode: 1. What is water pressure and what is the difference between water pressure, and flow rate? 2. How to find out what your water pressure and the flow rate is now, before any water treatment systems or plumbing. 3. How to Troubleshoot common problems with low water pressure and flow rate. 4. How to read a filter pressure drop chart and a...

29 min2018 APR 20
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How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems

Podcast Q&A 11: Why Use a Static Mixer for Chlorination Systems?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Question & Answer. This is Q&A Episode #11. Each week in our main podcast, I try to go deeper into various well water treatment systems and specific applications orproblems. I also like to do these quick Q&A episodes to answer some questions that we get. Every day we get tons of phone calls, emails, and chats through our website. I try to pick an interesting one and I answer it. As a matter of fact, we’ve received a chat message from Joanne who asked: “What do static mixers do for chlorination systems? Can I use a static mixer in place of a contact tank?” Thanks for your question. When injecting chlorine into your water to cure specific problems such as removing odors, killing bacteria or oxidizing iron, you need to mix the chlorine into the water rapidly and that’s what a static mixer does. A static mixer looks like a piece of pipe, there are different sizes, but say a common 1-inch one is about 14 inches long. If you could lo...

5 min2018 MAR 29
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Podcast Q&A 11: Why Use a Static Mixer for Chlorination Systems?

Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water

In this episode, I talk about when to use Soda Ash for Acid Well Water. Topics discussed include: * What is low pH and why you might want to correct your low pH to a neutral pH? * What is soda ash for well water? * Why use soda ash instead of a calcite neutralizer? * What are the benefits and advantages of using soda ash? * How does soda ash compare to other alkaline chemicals such as sodium hydroxide? * How to set up a soda ash injection system * How much soda ash you should inject. Transcript Episode 14 Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water Hello, Hey. Thank you so much for tuning in to Clean Water Made Easy Podcast. This is Episode #14. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a Water Treatment Contractor and WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist. You’re in the right place if you want to learn more about well water, well water treatment systems and how to improve the quality of your well water. Each episode in the series is broken down into a single area ...

20 min2018 MAR 11
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Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water

Podcast Q&A 10: Should I Use Phosphate To Treat Corrosive Water?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Q & A. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor. Every week on our main podcast we delve deeper into the various well water treatment systems and problems. I also do these quick Q & A episodes because we get a lot of phone calls, emails, and chats every day and we get a lot of interesting great questions. Some are really good to share with others. Today, we received an email from Jim who wrote: “We got blue stains on our sinks and bathtub and a neighbor told me to use a phosphate filter. I understand our well water is acidic and I’m wondering how the phosphate works and will it fix the acid water at the same time it’s helping my pipes.” Okay, Jim, that is a very good question and phosphate is often used for corrosion. It doesn’t do anything for the acidity but the most common way we use phosphate for homes is in a crystal form. So it’s hexametaphosphate, actually, it’s sodi...

6 min2018 FEB 25
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Podcast Q&A 10: Should I Use Phosphate To Treat Corrosive Water?

Podcast Q&A 9: Can I Use Pool Chlorine Tablets to Treat My Storage Tank?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Question and Answer Episode 9. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor here in Santa Cruz, California. We get a lot of phone calls, emails, and chats through our website. For this, I’m picking the more interesting ones and put up a quick answer to the question. We received an email from Goldie who wrote: “My husband has been using pool tablets on a weekly basis in our 3000-gallon holding tank. Our water no longer has the faint tea color from the tannin in it. However, I can smell a strong chlorine smell in the shower and toilet. I do notice a drying effect on my skin. What I’m most concerned with is the effect on our septic tank. Is it safe to use pool chlorine tablets on a regular basis without damaging the septic system?” Goldie thanks for your email. The pool tablets will be effective for the tannins. They’re releasing chlorine into the water. I know you’re askin...

8 min2018 FEB 23
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Podcast Q&A 9: Can I Use Pool Chlorine Tablets to Treat My Storage Tank?

Acid Well Water: The Simple Way to Neutralize Acidic Well Water & End Copper Corrosion Problems

Did you know that rainwater is slightly acidic, and in some cases can be very acidic? This can cause acidic groundwater and might cause your well water to be corrosive to plumbing, fixtures, and appliances. Common causes for acidic well water are from acid rainfall due to atmospheric carbon dioxide and other airborne pollutants,and in some cases, runoff from mines. Pure water has a pH of 7.0 (neutral); however, natural, unpolluted rainwater has a pH of about 5.6 (acidic). The acidity of rainwater comes from the natural presence of three substances (Carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide) CO2, NO, and SO2. (CO2) is present in the greatest concentration and therefore contributes the most to the natural acidity of rainwater. As CO2 levels rise, acid rain might be increasing as well. Some items I talk about in this episode are the source of acid water, how it is formed, and what you can do about it. How to Neutralize Acidic Well Water? * Test your well water first, for at lea...

29 min2018 FEB 7
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Acid Well Water: The Simple Way to Neutralize Acidic Well Water & End Copper Corrosion Problems

Podcast Q&A 8: “I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water”

No-Salt Water Softeners for Well Water? Hello and welcome again to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Q&A, this is Q&A Episode 8. In this episode, I am going to answer a question about No-Salt Water Softeners for well water. Actually, they should be referred to as no-salt water conditioners, not softeners since they do not soften the water. I’m Gerry Bulfin and I’m a WQA- Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor here in Northern CA. I have a main podcast where in each episode I talk about various types of well water problems, well water treatment systems and solutions. I also have these quick Question & Answer episodes. Every day we get a lot of phone calls, e-mails, chats through our website and I pick a pertinent or interesting one and then answer it. This one came in through our chat box on our website from Sheryl and she asked: “Hello, I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water, I can’t find any on your website about how muc...

5 min2018 JAN 19
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Podcast Q&A 8: “I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water”

Latest Episodes

Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Treatment: How to Eliminate Odors with Peroxide

How to Eliminate Odors and Freshen Well Water with Hydrogen Peroxide In today’s episode, I am talking all about hydrogen peroxide for well water and how great it works to eliminate odors in well water. This is the same hydrogen peroxide found at the local pharmacy or supermarket but in a slightly higher concentration. Four years or so ago I put up a post on our blog called “Eliminate Well Water Odors: Four Reasons Why Hydrogen Peroxide Water Treatment Is Best”. We have had a lot of folks call and email us regarding that article and asking about peroxide systems, and I wanted to do a podcast episode explaining it in simple terms: why peroxide can often be the best option to kill sulfur odor in your well water! Why Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Works Great: * Peroxide works faster than chlorine, so often no contact tank is required * Unlike chlorine, the peroxide will not leave a chemical residue or chemical by-products after treatment. * Peroxide works over a wider pH range * D...

24 min2019 DEC 21
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Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Treatment: How to Eliminate Odors with Peroxide

How To Eliminate Odors in Your Well Water

On this latest installment of the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast, I talk about how to eliminate odors in well water. I also go over how to identify odors in well water and then walk listeners through the basics steps of eliminating these same odors. As with other issues we’ve discussed, causes may be surprising, but solutions to eliminate odors in yourwell water are not complicated. What You’ll Hear in this episode: 1. Kinds of odor in well water 2. What causes these odors? 3. The 4 basic methods of eliminating odor in well water 4. The 3 low-cost methods of eliminating odor 5. What types of water filters are best for treating odors 6. Dangers of hydrogen sulfide in water 7. Ideal water PH 8. What causes rusty water? 9. The importance of doing a water analysis 10. Easy tests you can do at home to analyze your water 11. How to do a physical inspection of your water 12. What happens when you aerate water? 13. Which oxidizer is the most economical? 14. Ways of removing bacteria in water. 15. What is the most affordable method of treating odor and bacteria? Transcript Eliminate Odors in Well Water Hello! Thanks again for tuning in to the Clean Water Made Easy podcast. Episode #6. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a Water Treatment Contractor and WQA Certified Master Water Specialist. Hey I hope you’re having a great day wherever you’re listening. You know this podcast series is here to help you learn all about well water, water treatment systems, how wells work, and how to improve the quality of your well water. Free Book Download In today’s episode, we’re going to cover the basics of how to eliminate odor in well water, particularly rotten egg odor and we’ll talk about the other kinds of odors that folks run into as well. Some years ago I wrote a book called The Definitive Guide to Well Water Treatment. It’s being sold on Amazon, we update it every year and you know one section of that book, How to Remove Odors in Well Water, is actually one of the most downloaded guides. I have that separately as a guide and for listeners of this podcast, I’m offering it to you for free. The How to Remove Odors from Well Water is an easy to follow guide, a handy checklist, step by step lists and guides and pictures and useful information all about removing odor from well water. It covers a lot of what we’ll talk about in today’s episode. Although it’s more in-depth that you can take your time and look at what section pertains to you that kind of thing. You can get this free guide by texting the wordODORGUIDE to 44222 or you can go on website cleanwaterstore.com/podcasts and find this episode and you can get it from there. So again if you want it might be easy just text the word ODORGUIDE to 44222 and we’ll get that going to you. Podcast subtopics In this episode, we’re going to cover: What is the cause of the odor in my well water? What’s the best way to eliminate odor without spending a lot of money? What types of filters or systems are out there to treat odors? We’ll also cover how you can run a little test at home and see what approach would work to eliminate odors in your well water without spending any money. Rotten Egg Odor So the most common odor that we run into is rotten egg odor which is hydrogen sulfide gas. It has a very distinctive rotten egg odor and it may be especially present in those homes running hot water but you can find it in cold and hot water. This kind of water discolors coffee, tea, and other beverages and it alters the appearance and taste of cooked foods. Truly a nuisance.

29 min2019 JUL 10
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How To Eliminate Odors in Your Well Water

Ozone Treatment for Well Water Episode 16

Why use ozone water treatment for your well water? #1: Ozone is a powerful disinfectant: Ozone water treatment can rapidly disinfect your well water and kill bacteria and viruses, but unlike chlorine does not leave a chemical chlorine residual. #2: When used with filtration, it removes iron, manganese and sulfur odor: The oxidizing properties of ozone, when combined with filtration, will eliminate iron, manganese, sulfur and reduce or eliminate tastes and odor problems. #3: Ozone is automatic and doesn’t require additional chemicals: Ozone is a gas that is generated by an ozone generator at your site and injected into your water. #4: Sizing is critical: Ozone generators need to be sized to fit the application. Ozone generators produce ozone in grams per hour and depends on your well water flow rate and water chemistry. #5: Decide on ultraviolet (“UV”) light ozone water treatment or corona-discharge type: While UV light can produce low levels of ozone, it works best for removing s...

19 min2019 MAR 23
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Ozone Treatment for Well Water Episode 16

How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems

Episode 15. How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems Read or Listen to See How to troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water. Today’s episode is all about how to troubleshoot low water pressure on well water for homes and small businesses. Do you have plenty of water, but experience low water pressure? This is a common problem. I put together a Checklist and quick Troubleshooting guide called “How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water.” This free guide includes pictures, checklists, and things to look for in trying to troubleshoot low water pressure (see link below to get your guide). Discussed during this episode: 1. What is water pressure and what is the difference between water pressure, and flow rate? 2. How to find out what your water pressure and the flow rate is now, before any water treatment systems or plumbing. 3. How to Troubleshoot common problems with low water pressure and flow rate. 4. How to read a filter pressure drop chart and a...

29 min2018 APR 20
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How to Troubleshoot Low Water Pressure On Well Water Systems

Podcast Q&A 11: Why Use a Static Mixer for Chlorination Systems?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Question & Answer. This is Q&A Episode #11. Each week in our main podcast, I try to go deeper into various well water treatment systems and specific applications orproblems. I also like to do these quick Q&A episodes to answer some questions that we get. Every day we get tons of phone calls, emails, and chats through our website. I try to pick an interesting one and I answer it. As a matter of fact, we’ve received a chat message from Joanne who asked: “What do static mixers do for chlorination systems? Can I use a static mixer in place of a contact tank?” Thanks for your question. When injecting chlorine into your water to cure specific problems such as removing odors, killing bacteria or oxidizing iron, you need to mix the chlorine into the water rapidly and that’s what a static mixer does. A static mixer looks like a piece of pipe, there are different sizes, but say a common 1-inch one is about 14 inches long. If you could lo...

5 min2018 MAR 29
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Podcast Q&A 11: Why Use a Static Mixer for Chlorination Systems?

Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water

In this episode, I talk about when to use Soda Ash for Acid Well Water. Topics discussed include: * What is low pH and why you might want to correct your low pH to a neutral pH? * What is soda ash for well water? * Why use soda ash instead of a calcite neutralizer? * What are the benefits and advantages of using soda ash? * How does soda ash compare to other alkaline chemicals such as sodium hydroxide? * How to set up a soda ash injection system * How much soda ash you should inject. Transcript Episode 14 Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water Hello, Hey. Thank you so much for tuning in to Clean Water Made Easy Podcast. This is Episode #14. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a Water Treatment Contractor and WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist. You’re in the right place if you want to learn more about well water, well water treatment systems and how to improve the quality of your well water. Each episode in the series is broken down into a single area ...

20 min2018 MAR 11
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Acid Well Water: When to Use Soda Ash Systems to Treat Acidic Well Water

Podcast Q&A 10: Should I Use Phosphate To Treat Corrosive Water?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Q & A. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor. Every week on our main podcast we delve deeper into the various well water treatment systems and problems. I also do these quick Q & A episodes because we get a lot of phone calls, emails, and chats every day and we get a lot of interesting great questions. Some are really good to share with others. Today, we received an email from Jim who wrote: “We got blue stains on our sinks and bathtub and a neighbor told me to use a phosphate filter. I understand our well water is acidic and I’m wondering how the phosphate works and will it fix the acid water at the same time it’s helping my pipes.” Okay, Jim, that is a very good question and phosphate is often used for corrosion. It doesn’t do anything for the acidity but the most common way we use phosphate for homes is in a crystal form. So it’s hexametaphosphate, actually, it’s sodi...

6 min2018 FEB 25
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Podcast Q&A 10: Should I Use Phosphate To Treat Corrosive Water?

Podcast Q&A 9: Can I Use Pool Chlorine Tablets to Treat My Storage Tank?

Hello. Welcome to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Question and Answer Episode 9. My name is Gerry Bulfin. I’m a WQA-Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor here in Santa Cruz, California. We get a lot of phone calls, emails, and chats through our website. For this, I’m picking the more interesting ones and put up a quick answer to the question. We received an email from Goldie who wrote: “My husband has been using pool tablets on a weekly basis in our 3000-gallon holding tank. Our water no longer has the faint tea color from the tannin in it. However, I can smell a strong chlorine smell in the shower and toilet. I do notice a drying effect on my skin. What I’m most concerned with is the effect on our septic tank. Is it safe to use pool chlorine tablets on a regular basis without damaging the septic system?” Goldie thanks for your email. The pool tablets will be effective for the tannins. They’re releasing chlorine into the water. I know you’re askin...

8 min2018 FEB 23
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Podcast Q&A 9: Can I Use Pool Chlorine Tablets to Treat My Storage Tank?

Acid Well Water: The Simple Way to Neutralize Acidic Well Water & End Copper Corrosion Problems

Did you know that rainwater is slightly acidic, and in some cases can be very acidic? This can cause acidic groundwater and might cause your well water to be corrosive to plumbing, fixtures, and appliances. Common causes for acidic well water are from acid rainfall due to atmospheric carbon dioxide and other airborne pollutants,and in some cases, runoff from mines. Pure water has a pH of 7.0 (neutral); however, natural, unpolluted rainwater has a pH of about 5.6 (acidic). The acidity of rainwater comes from the natural presence of three substances (Carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide) CO2, NO, and SO2. (CO2) is present in the greatest concentration and therefore contributes the most to the natural acidity of rainwater. As CO2 levels rise, acid rain might be increasing as well. Some items I talk about in this episode are the source of acid water, how it is formed, and what you can do about it. How to Neutralize Acidic Well Water? * Test your well water first, for at lea...

29 min2018 FEB 7
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Acid Well Water: The Simple Way to Neutralize Acidic Well Water & End Copper Corrosion Problems

Podcast Q&A 8: “I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water”

No-Salt Water Softeners for Well Water? Hello and welcome again to the Clean Water Made Easy Podcast Q&A, this is Q&A Episode 8. In this episode, I am going to answer a question about No-Salt Water Softeners for well water. Actually, they should be referred to as no-salt water conditioners, not softeners since they do not soften the water. I’m Gerry Bulfin and I’m a WQA- Certified Master Water Specialist and Water Treatment Contractor here in Northern CA. I have a main podcast where in each episode I talk about various types of well water problems, well water treatment systems and solutions. I also have these quick Question & Answer episodes. Every day we get a lot of phone calls, e-mails, chats through our website and I pick a pertinent or interesting one and then answer it. This one came in through our chat box on our website from Sheryl and she asked: “Hello, I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water, I can’t find any on your website about how muc...

5 min2018 JAN 19
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Podcast Q&A 8: “I’m looking for a no-salt water softener for our very hard well water”
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