We kicked off a great week by enjoying a beautiful sunrise over the Horicon Marsh on the way to Hellenbrand’s Water Academy last week in the Dells!
We kicked off a great week by enjoying a beautiful sunrise over the Horicon Marsh on the way to dealer conferences last week in the Dells!
Complete Water celebrated with Hellenbrand at the Flowing Forward Water Academy. We were honored to receive multiple awards including the “200 Ton Salt”, the “Platinum Dealer”, and the “Silver Iron Curtain” awards at the celebration dinner on Wednesday night. We were especially honored to receive an award recognizing our “Outstanding Growth” for the year. We are proud to serve our customers with the experience that comes from working in the water treatment and well service business for almost 17 years!
The Water Academy provided Jason and Amanda Eiring and also one of the Technician Specialists, Justin Collins, with education in the latest and greatest water treatment and well products and techniques. Continuing education is so important to us and we are glad to keep up on the most economical ways to provide our our communities with safe and clean water. One of the more jarring presentations we listened to was on how much plastic is in our drinking systems today. There has not been enough research by environmental agencies regarding “safe” levels of ingested plastics at this time. The simple solution to this problem is to install a reverse osmosis drinking system. Reverse osmosis drinking water is affordable to anyone and can be installed in a home, apartment, condo, or business and can be purchased or rented. This system can have a line running to a refrigerator as well and does so much more than the standard carbon filters!
We are gathering more information regarding the above mentioned drinking water problems and will be posting updates as we find resources for you!
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