Drinking Water Purifiers | For Ireland
Quality of drinking water directly affects our health and the health of our families. In March 2007, parts of County Galway experienced first hand how water pollution can affect our everyday life and our health.
An outbreak of Cryptosporidium in tap water, a parasitic organism that causes stomach illness and diarrhoea, affected approximately 90,000 people in Galway Area. Over 180 people became ill as a result of the outbreak.
After the severe flooding throughout the country in late 2009, other water supply contamination scares occurred in Gort, Co.Galway; Carrickmacross, Co.Monaghan; Sligo Town and Co. Limerick . This time a bacteria E. Coli was discovered after a routine inspection.
Although the authorities do what they can to provide us with clean and safe drinking water, we believe it is up to the individual people to ensure that the water you drink and provide for your family. We therefore highly recommend that you install a drinking water purifier.
Drinking Water Purifiers
Colleran Environmental provide one of the best drinking water purifiers that not only filters away chlorine and other harmful substances, but also kills the bacteria and viruses including Cryptosporidium & eColi.
Independent third-party testing has shown that it effectively reduces more than 140 potential health-effect impurities, including pesticides, lead, mercury and radon.
The UV bulb included in our water purifiers destroys up 99.99% of bacteria, viruses and parasites in drinking water without the use of chemicals.
The eSpring® drinking water purifier is certified by NSF International and has earned the Gold Seal from the Water Quality Association.
See the demonstration of eSpring Water Purifier below:
Request A Call Back
If you would like more information on how a drinking water purifier can improve the quality of your drinking water or you would like to order one, please call Martin Colleran on 087 287 3406 or request a callback by leaving your contact details below. We deliver directly to your home or your place on business, if you are in Co. Galway, Mayo or Roscommon.
Comments or questions are welcome.