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DELTA keeps gardens alive

Posted on March 30, 2017 in Case Studies

In dry arid rural Australia the importance of having a healthy garden amidst dusty dry landscapes cannot be underestimated. So many people contact DELTA who have no options for water apart from salty unusable bore water. Here’s how DELTA has helped one western NSW garden grow. For more than 20 years, DELTA has been solving…


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Water treatment system solves salt problems in Lockyer Valley

Posted on March 30, 2017 in Case Studies

Over the past 70 years Robert Hogan’s family farm at Helidon in the Queensland Lockyer Valley has used salty bore water to grow crops. With ideal soils and climate for their cropping and livestock enterprise, they had some problems in the past but not serious enough to be too concerned. After floods in 2011 filled…


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DELTA hits the fields days circuit – SE Field Days @ Lucindale

Posted on March 6, 2017 in Case Studies, General

DELTAwater solutions is a regular fixture at several premier field days events across Australia and will hit the road shortly for the South East Field Days at Lucindale on March 17 and 18. DELTA’s founding director Alex Panov will be at Site 267 to answer questions from growers keen to boost system efficiency, lower water…


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Fruit and vegetable grower says DELTA technology is ‘brilliant’

Posted on March 6, 2017 in Case Studies, General

On our business travels we’ve met some real characters. One of these is Allen Espinos in Geraldton, WA. Allen, a fruit and vegetable grower for market stalls, was about to turn his back on growing crops because his harsh bore water was killing them. Then he met DELTA. This is his story: The only difference between…


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Iron build-up problem solved

Posted on February 16, 2017 in Case Studies

South Australian farm manager Darren Jenke reckons the proof is in the pigs. Since installing the DELTA water treatment technology on the Lucindale district farm’s southern irrigation system in late 2010, he’s seen a dramatic reduction in iron build-up in the main-line pipe. The cleaning pig, a foam cylinder that cleans under pressure along pipes, has had…


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DELTA water treatment makes lime family business grow

Posted on January 31, 2017 in Case Studies

Lime tree orchardist Phil Oliver has just had his most financially successful year at his northern Queensland farm despite four consecutive dry years and only having access to the poorest quality bore water he’s ever seen. He puts it down to the bore water treatment system of Australian company DELTAwater solutions which he installed in…


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DELTA water treatment boosts cattle health on outback station

Posted on December 9, 2016 in Case Studies

Getting water to sheep, cattle and other animals during our hot Australian summers is crucial and DELTAwater solutions is helping make the job easier. Properties in rural Australia have highly efficient pump and piping systems in place to make the most of the country’s scant water supplies but bore water high in salinity and minerals…


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Lucerne grower walking tall thanks to water treatment

Posted on December 6, 2016 in Case Studies

Lucerne and sheep farmer Frank Cox is walking tall after our Australian water treatment company solved a major issue on his western NSW property near Narrandera. Salty bore water was wreaking havoc on his 40-hectare irrigated lucerne paddock but his crop is now flourishing and his farming future is bright after installing one of our…


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QLD caravan park cuts maintenance with DELTA water treatment

Posted on December 5, 2016 in Case Studies

When Paul and Claire Quagliata took on the role of park managers at the picturesque tropical Queensland seaside Molongal Creek Caravan Park in 2013 they had a big job on their hands to keep on top of maintenance. Firstly there was the continual maintenance on blocked toilets, shower heads and taps caused by the calcium…


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Fruit and veg grower turns to DELTA to fix salty water problems

Posted on October 27, 2016 in Case Studies

Fourth generation horticulturalist Anthony Rehbein grows watermelons, potatoes and ginger in fields around the Hummock area, halfway between Bundaberg and Bargara. Much of the produce finds its way to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne as well as main retail chains and independent grocers up and down the east coast of Australia. But during the past several…


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