Emergency Water Treatment Systems

Another Boil Water Advisory???

Are you tired of having to use bottled water to cook, boiling water to drink, or wondering if the water you're drinking is safe for showering or laundry? Maybe you own a business, and you feel responsible for the health of your employees and visitors, no matter what. Maybe you manage a church or other public building, and want to provide safe drinking water to your community during an emergency.

First Question: Treatment only, or storage?

The first question to consider is whether you want to plan for complete water outage. A water main break, a massive power outage, even a localized power outage that affects your well pump, could mean that you don't have any water to treat.

Georgia Water Tanks offers storage tanks from 300 – 300,000 gallons, that can be installed above ground or below. We have the knowledge to size the tank, and design the method to fill it with rainwater, trucked-in water, from a municipal source, or a well. We also offer pumping systems sutiab

Option 1: Independently Certified Treatment

Georgia water Tanks offers water treatment systems that are certified to treat municipal or well water that does not meet EPA safe drinking water standards.

Option 2: Manufacturer-Certified

Our primary water treatment methods are UV and carbon, and NSF has written standards for both. Used together, these treatment methods provide you a higher level of assurance of safety. For these systems (and the certified systems) we provide sediment filtration that is self-cleaning, eliminating the need for monthly filter cartridge changes.

Option 3: UV Level Monitoring

At this price point, we still use sediment filters that don't require monthly cartridge changes. An operator monitors the performance, and twists a valve to flush the debris. The UV is not NSF certified, but we do include a performance monitoring sensor. This system is still mo.

Option 4: Standard Water Treatment

Provides a basic level of water treatment, with instrumentation and timers to assist the operator in monitoring maintence requirements.