Resotec Water, in its attempt to help provide sustainable eco-friendly pure drinking water solutions, has also found itself venturing in to the Drilling, Equipping & Purification of Boreholes, Domestic or Otherwise.
The process that accompanies this is more or less set out thus,
- A Site Consultation (Feasibility Study) is conducted to establish the best location for your borehole, either by water divining or a hydrological survey.
- Drilling then follows; this involves the actual site visitation with the drilling rig. The borehole’s depth may vary depending on the level at which water is found. Also at this point the borehole will be lined to allow water percolation at lower levels & prevent surface water from migrating into the borehole.
- After Drilling, the borehole is equipped with a pump, which may require a timed test to assess the rate/volume it will allow given the permeability of the surrounding rocks. Result factors considered include flow rate, volume and/or requirements.
- With the results of the Pump Test, a system can then be drawn to determine additional needs, these based on bacterial content of water (after water tests) as well as yield of the borehole.
- The system then paves way to installation of all required and recommended equipment. Such equipment may include an above ground water storage tank to accommodate scenarios where the yield rate is slow.
- In particular instances additional treatment may be required, typically for bacteria or sediment and in other cases chemical parameters. This is solved by chlorination or installation of purifiers into the reticulation system of the borehole.
Generic as this process may sound, Resotec Water has put in place the facilities to cater for such needs as directly required by either the client or the individuals for which the borehole is intended. Already having as part of its product/service range most of the equipment & know how to drill, equip & design above average purified borehole water reticulation systems that will ensure not only a water solution but one that is safe enough be the primary source of pure drinking water.
Boreholes have been a common source of water for as long as most of this and the previous generations can fathom, however it is only now that Companies such as Resotec Water can make assurances and guarantees as to the possibility of boreholes being an absolutely sustainable source of pure drinking water. Resotec Water continues to make strides in order to make more sources of water safe and sustainable enough to better living conditions of the under developed and under privileged areas in world.