Water Source: Bore Water
Application: Dairy Shed and three houses


During the shed inspection at the Turners’ farm, there was E.Coli bacteria found in their water test. The worst scenario is that the dairy company won’t pick up their milk if they don’t do anything to eliminate the E.Coli in their water. Searching from a list of water treatment firms recommended by Fonterra, they contacted Aqua and after the site visit, both David and Anita were happy with the product quality and installation plan.


Three Aqua Central Water Purifiers are now installed on different parts of the farm to purify water for their shed, and three houses. Bacteria (E.Coli), viruses, protozoan cysts, and turbidity are physically removed from the bore water supply. The water is now biologically safe to rinse the plants, milking equipment and cater for all household needs of the family and their farmworkers.


Water treatment was a thorough solution for the dairy business to be Fonterra and MAF D106 compliant, and their family and farmer workers also benefit.
Risk of waterborne illness is minimized. The HomespringTM system physically removes 99.999% of bacteria (E.Coli), 99.97% of viruses, protozoan cysts, and turbidity.
Hassle-free operation and maintenance-free. Automated daily self-cleaning of HomespringTM saves the family’s time and money spent on maintenance. Only annual servicing is required.
Minimizes the operating costs by using no electricity or chemicals, but only existing water pressure to filter naturally.
Effective consultation to draw customized installation plan and responsive on-going customer support.


“We had E.Coli in our water supply. We put in the Aqua and the problem disappeared. We no longer worry about failing the water test. Our dairy shed and the three houses are now all supplied with safe, quality water. Aqua helps us safeguard our shed water and the well-being of our farmworkers as well. We like how it looks after itself and it is maintenance-free for a whole year. We are also happy with the services that we get.”

– David and Anita Turner