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Manor House and Tea Room Water Purification Case Study

Posted on: July 29th, 2014 by admin No Comments

The Client: Bourton House Garden and Tea Room

Located in the picturesque Cotswolds, Bourton House Garden is an award-winning and idyllic attraction. Surrounding the 18th century Manor House, the three-acre garden is packed full of colour and numerous rare and beautiful plants. Fine examples of topiary and water features further add to the unique atmosphere of this charming spot. Once you have explored the garden, you can refuel in the gorgeous tea room that is located in the Grade One-listed 16th century Tithe Barn.

Bourton House Tea room water purification

Image courtesy of www.bourtonhouse.com

Aquatec – the Pure Water People are proud to have supplied Bourton House and the Tea Room with our commercial water purification systems for a number of years. (more…)

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10 Amazing Things You Would Not Expect To Find Underwater

Posted on: July 22nd, 2014 by admin No Comments

As things stand right now we have explored less than 5% of our oceans. It’s a remarkable fact. It means there could be all types of weird and wonderful creatures, ancient structures and artefacts lurking in these unseen realms, waiting to be found.

Already archaeologists, scientists and divers have discovered some pretty amazing things in our oceans, lakes and streams. We have compiled some incredible photographs of some equally incredible things that you just wouldn’t expect to find underwater.


An Ancient City

There are several underwater cities that have been discovered. Here are four of the most impressive:

Quiandao Lake (Thousand Island), Zhejiang, China

Thousand Island Lake was created in 1959 as part of the Xin’an River hydroelectric station project. Before the area at the foot of the Wu Shi mountain was flooded, two ancient Han Dynasty cities stood. The beautiful carved buildings are now under a 100ft of water and a major tourist attraction.

Lion City Quiandao China underwater city

Photo: Chinese National Geography


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Oestrogen in Water

Posted on: July 16th, 2014 by admin No Comments

There are a number of pollutants and contaminants in our drinking water supply that we are all too aware of here at Aquatec. We make it a priority to keep up to date with reports on potential pollutants making their way into the UK water supply to ensure that our whole house filtration units capture all harmful contaminants to deliver you pure water with its numerous benefits.

An alarming report based on official research on the effects of oestrogen in rivers on fish revealed that around half of the male fish in the UK’s lowland rivers had changed sex. It is understood that a synthetic oestrogen hormone was behind these alarming changes. The implication is that people in the UK could be consuming oestrogen in tap water that has potentially damaging affects on male fertility.


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