If you live in rural Manitoba, you may be all too familiar with the challenges of dealing with iron in your well water. Iron is not generally considered to be a health hazard. However, high levels in the water can cause a range of problems
Pour a glass of drinking water from your kitchen tap. It may look crystal clear. It may have no odour or no offensive taste. But can you be certain that glass doesn’t contain any harmful ingredients? No. Why is that? Whether your water source is
In this article, learn about water quality living in rural Manitoba. Moving to the country means dealing with hardness, iron, manganese, and other water characteristics not encountered in the city. As mentioned in our last article, 5 Things to Know About Swapping Winnipeg for Country
In this article, get a heads up about some realities faced when relocating from the city to a rural property. Here are 5 things to know about swapping Winnipeg for country living. You’ve been thinking about moving out of Winnipeg to enjoy the country life.
This article appears in the November 2021 Canadian Water Quality Association newsletter, introducing Pristine Water Solutions as one of the newest members of the CWQA. One of the newest members of the Canadian Water Quality Association family is a true family operation. Pristine Water Solutions
Article appeared in the 23 September 2021 issue of The Selkirk Record. Written by Ligia Braidotti Pristine Water Solutions gives customers crystal clear water A new local business can turn rural residents’ water into one of the purest in the region. Pristine Water Solutions is
A glass of water. It looks crystal clear. It has no odour. Is the water in the glass hard or soft? Most wouldn’t know without testing it. However, hard water in Manitoba and NW Ontario is the norm. Hard Water? How It Forms As moisture