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Old 28-04-2014, 03:19 PM
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Post Water Butt Treatment

One of the biggest problems collecting rainwater, it tends to developed an offensive odour smell of rotten eggs, caused by certain bacteria feeding on the debris washed into the water butt.

There is a simple solution to this problem, AquaFresh EM Ceramics Water Butt Treatment. A 250g bag of em ceramic pipes, has effective microorganisms baked within the clay and the ceramic pieces emit an infra frequency which stops the water from turning stagnant.

They really do work and they last indefinitely, no need to use any other type of chemical or organic water butt treatment.

Effective microorganisms is a collection of 80 different microorganisms that have been brought together in one stock solution and was originally developed by Dr Teruo Higa, Japan.
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