Agricultural Water Treatment

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Blue Future Filters offers a range of water treatment options for reducing TDS, EC, and biological contamination (viruses, etc.) in irrigation water.  Whether you are an organic greenhouse operation that re-uses your leachate for irrigation, or a farm that must manage it’s waste water output, we have a solution for you.

 In addition to our standard line of package plant filtration units, that bring you into compliance for surface water filtration rules, discharge rules, or agriculural water quality issues we offer a number of other services and products to bring you up to standard. Ask us about the following features.

Check out our roughing filters for wastewater- remove up to 90% TSS and algae

Add-ons for turn-key installation:

  • UV and Ozone Disinfection units
  • Skid-Mounted Pump and Control Systems
  • Light-Weight Perlite Filtration Media
  • Remote Monitoring and Telemetry Systems
  • Low-Profile water-storage vessels (shippable on single pallets) up to 25,000 gallons

Installation and Consulting Services:

  • Full turn-key installation
  • On-site Consultation services at the time of installation
  • Existing System Retrofits

Complimentary services. We consider it part of our job to help you find the resources to meet compliance standards quickly, and you can count on the following resources as part of a sale:

  • Financing Reference Center: Help find Financing for your community’s water upgrade
  • Compliance Toolkit: know the standards and how to meet them.
  • Engineering services: Connect with our network of trustworthy licensed engineers in your area, to help you with your permitting in a cost-effective manner.

Slow Sand Filters for Agricultural Re-use: recent research on the treatment for re-use of agriculrual leachate, has suggested slow sand filters as a reliable option for treatment.  Blue Future Filters is one of the only purveyors of such treatment.  See the study University of Guelph study on slow sand filter treatment here. http://www.ces.uoguelph.ca/water/PATHOGEN/SlowSand.pdf

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