well treatment for reverse osmosis and softener

avkumarSeptember 5, 2013

I have a new home with well water that puts out only 1.5 gpm.
The well is 550' with 59'static level and drops 200'. House has 6 full baths with regular showers and one jacuzzi, rarely used.
The water test shows tds of 280, hardness of 7 gpg, ph 7.1 and trace iron. The pump pipe is 1" cpvc.

I would appreciate any suggestions regarding a 400 gallon storage tank with re-pressurization pump along with a water softener and a reverse osmosis system.

Also any ideas regarding a zero waste addition to the RO.

Thank you.

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leenamark

I don`t think anything much to be done. The details and measurements are fine. I hope you are enjoying these.

    Bookmark   September 20, 2013 at 4:22AM
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