In a recent article written by Jeff Mosier of The Dallas Morning News titled, “Dallas, Once No. 1 In Water Conservation Contest, Is Now Treading Water” we know of a great way for individuals to conserve water!! In 2015, Dallas finished fifth in the contest but that has slipped this year. According to Mosier, “this year, Dallas isn’t faring so well. The city is now ranked 12 out of 26 in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, which runs through the end of April. Cities jockey for top positions throughout the month, so Dallas is certainly still in the running,” said Scott Goldstein, a Rawlings spokesman. “It’s important to note that DWU [Dallas Water Utilities] and the city of Dallas are engaged in ongoing efforts to promote conservation.” There are a variety of water conservation acts that people can do when they fill out the survey >> Save Water Dallas
Well, at Weber Pools we have another way that you can conserve water that go far beyond fixing leaky faucets, taking shorter showers and using refillable water bottles. This is not to say that those aren’t good ideas as everything helps but what if we told you we have a way to conserve on average 20,000 gallons of water each day? Are you intrigued? We are a forward thinking company and believe that water conservation should always be in the forefront of everyone’s mind. Our mobile filtration trailers were designed to lower calcium hardness, total dissolved solids, cyanuric acid, salts, phosphates and so much more without draining the swimming pool! The mobile filtration trailer is equipped with Reverse Osmosis (RO) membranes that lower hardness minerals from the swimming pool while conserving 85% of the water in the pool. The bottomline is, it’s recommended to drain your swimming pool every two years because of calcium and other hardness minerals which destroy swimming pools. Instead of draining them we want to urge swimming pool owners in the Dallas area to stop draining and wasting all that water when you can conserve it and get a much better end product! We have been conserving millions of gallons of water over the last couple years and are ready to serve you! So who’s ready to make a serious impact on the environment by conserving 20,000 gallons of water or more a day by not draining their swimming pool? Remember, this is the largest water conservation act a homeowner can do and we want to help get Dallas back on the map for water conservation!
With all that said, if you’re interested in learning more about how Weber Pools can help you, please give us a call today! 817-481-7665