Are agricultural chemicals affecting our water?

By : Craig Harrison |September 07, 2016 |Blog |0 Comment

With the rate at which modern towns and cities expand it’s inevitable that the volume of separation between agricultural facilities and highly populated areas is shrinking. The loss of these areas can have a lasting impact, particularly when it comes to our water supplies.

From an increase in water treatment prices to potentially dangerous levels of nitrogen, agricultural facilities encroaching on water supplies has the potential to cause lasting, and potentially harmful, damage.

To find out more about the impact of agricultural chemicals on our water head to LinkedIn to read our exclusive article.

agriculture and farming

Please Like & Share:

Comments are closed.

Aquaread® - Community Trade Mark Registration No. 011713815
Aquaread® - Australia Trade Mark Registration No. 1436803
LeveLine® - Community Trade Mark Registration No. 011713823
Aquaprobe® - UK Trade Mark Registration No. 00003000628
Aquameter® - UK Trade Mark Registration No. 00003000627
LoggerLink® - UK Trade Mark Registration No. 3081814
Leveline-CTD® - Community Trade Mark Registration No. 016187338

View Aquaread's Privacy Policy
Download Aquaread's Terms & Conditions
Download Aquaread's Environmental Policy
Download Aquaread's Green Procurement Policy
Download Aquaread's Quality Policy

ISO certification for ISO 9001 and 14001