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Viruses Removal Water Filter | Aragon Bio

The Aragon Bio filter has been proven to remove viruses, bacteria, radioactive elements and human pathogens. The tested Aragon filter has shown 100% water decontamination efficiency from viral pollution.

VIRUSES REMOVAL WATER FILTER

The tested Aragon cartridges have shown 100% water decontamination efficiency from viral pollution. The ARAGON BIO filter will also remove 99.9% of human pathogens, i.e. rotaviruses and noroviruses, from water.

This cartridge combines several water treatment methods: mechanical; ion exchange, adsorption; electric adsorption

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Uralla’s Town Water Supply with High Levels of Arsenic

Residents of Uralla, in the NSW Northern Tablelands, were told there was an increased level of arsenic detected in what remained of the town’s water supply, which comes from the Kentucky Dam. Arsenic and its compounds are considered poisonous and elemental arsenic is toxic and labeled as a group 1 carcinogen.

Water quality affected with heavy rains after bushfires in Australia

Even though ​​​Bushfires degrade water quality and alter the dynamics of stream ecosystems in many complex ways. Water quality is also affected if there is heavy rain soon after fire.

Australia’s bushfires threaten drinking water supply

Bushfire ash contains nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorous. Increased nutrient concentrations can stimulate the growth of cyanobacteria. Cyanobacteria produce toxic chemicals, requiring very careful management to protect treated drinking water.

Bushfire-affected areas & fire retardant and water bombing

For people in bushfire-affected areas where fire retardant and water bombing has occurred or ash has fallen, your tank drinking water could be contaminated.

Australian bushfires threaten drinking water safety

Many water treatment plants include filtration processes to filter small suspended particles from the water. But an increase in suspended particles, like that which we see after bushfires, would challenge most filtration plants.

Algal blooms and fish kills after bushfires

Algal blooms in dams could lead to significant problems for the water supply of major cities, such as Sydney and Melbourne. Warragamba Dam, to the west of Sydney, provides drinking water for 3.7 million people. But vast bushfires in and around its catchment area have so far burned more than 148,000 acres of forest.

Rains after bushfires

Rain events after bushfires can transfer huge amounts of ash, burnt material, soil and dead animals into our rivers and lakes. As the water fills up with fine sediment and foreign, nutrient-rich material, the water quality can drop very quickly — and stay that way for a long time.

Air purifiers for bushfire smoke

Air purifiers with HEPA Filters push the air through a fine mesh that then collects harmful particles such as pollen, dust, pet allergens and bushfire smoke.

Sydney smoke: Air quality 10 times hazardous levels

Health Precautions | People with asthma or other breathing issues are being warned to stay indoors, avoid outdoor exercise and seek medical advice as needed. NSW Health has advised that children, older adults and people with heart and lung conditions are most susceptible to the effects of air pollution and excessive smoke.

Protect yourself from bushfire smoke

Air purifiers with a high efficiency particle air (HEPA) filter are able to reduce the number of fine particles indoors. To work well, the air purifier must be matched to the size of the room it is in and the room must be well sealed. Humidifiers, negative ion generators and odour absorbers do not remove fine particles in bushfire smoke.

Uralla’s Town Water Supply with High Levels of Arsenic

Residents of Uralla, in the NSW Northern Tablelands, were told there was an increased level of arsenic detected in what remained of the town’s water supply, which comes from the Kentucky Dam. Arsenic and its compounds are considered poisonous and elemental arsenic is toxic and labeled as a group 1 carcinogen.

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