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Are Water Softeners Bad for the Environment?

28 November, 2015 (16:20) | Uncategorized | By: admin

PE VideoWe are all well aware of the need to protect and preserve our environment. With that thought in mind, we thought we would take a look at the most environmentally friendly way to soften hard water.  Our conventional, modern water softeners are certainly more environmentally friendly than the older models; however there is another way to have soft water with virtually no environmental impact at all. The Rayne Portable Exchange (PE) Tank System for soft water delivery is the most environmentally superior way to soften your hard water.

When consumers utilize the PE Tank System they will receive the exact same softened water that conventional water softeners supply, but without the use salt in the home. The water softening process takes place in our state of the art facility without any water being wasted or salt discharge added into septic systems. This video explains how the process works and why it is so environmentally superior.

Another reason why this type of system so environmentally friendly is that even the used exchange compounds are stored in a tank and returned to the Rayne facility to be regenerated. The frequency of the exchange is customized depending on the number of people in your home as well as the level of water hardness. For one monthly fee, homeowners are guaranteed to always have softened water available without any work on their part or any extra expense.

Our customers who utilize this service tell us that they just love it. The tanks require no electricity in the home and no drain because our technicians simply exchange the tank when needed. If you have hard water and are looking for a more environmentally responsible way to soften it, take a look at our PE Tank Water Softening System, it might just be the way to go!

 

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