Summer camps often find that they do not meet water quality regulations, which can put campers' health at risk. Any camp that fails to meet water quality standards may be subject to a Boil Water Advisory (BWA).
A BWA requires people to boil water before use, which can be slow and inefficient.
Summer camps that use an ultraviolet (UV) system to treat raw water may have delays producing potable water. This happens when the UV drops below the required levels to treat raw water. This can deprive camp and camp staff of water during the hot and humid summer months. Furthermore, water that does not receive enough UV treatment cannot be called high-quality water because the water may still be discoloured or hazy.
Have you had any problems producing enough clean, clear, and safe water to meet your camp's needs?
Do you want to make Boil Water Advisories a problem of the past?
Contact us for a no-cost assessment of your water treatment options.
Osorno recently installed a small, chemically assisted water filtration plant at Camp Stephens, the oldest summer camp in Canada. Including the time it took to dismantle the old system, it only took us a few weeks to install and commission this new plant.
Since installing the new system, Camp Stephens has not seen a single BWA. From the moment of the plant startup, we helped Camp Stephens commission and decommission the water plant. Moreover, we provide Camp Stephens support during the summer.
All Osorno™ Water Treatment systems can be remotely monitored and operated by our expert staff 24/7. We can also train plant operators at summer camps and support them at any time.
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