Living where we do, there is a small problem, “hot” wells. What this means is there are high levels of nitrates that have been found in them from too many years of over-fertilization. Though this practice has been curbed over the last couple of decades, the nitrates will be in the ground water for a while. The way to remove them and other things that might be in the water is a reverse osmosis system. Thanks to a generous donation from a family whose loved one had recently died, St. Peter was gifted with a new system. It will serve the needs of the congregation for Sunday School and funerals and will meet the day to day needs of The Forming Spirit for years to come.
Getting started with a counter full of parts.
Getting the water supply hooked up was a lot easier than the last time I installed one of these.
A big tank was a must but it made for a tight fit.
A morning's worth of work got the water running.
Tastes great! Lots of it!