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May 25, 2016 · Salt free water softeners are the preferred type by consumers. Salt free uses a filter so no chemicals, potassium or salt is required. This means that the minerals in the water are not affected. A water softener which is improperly adjusted or malfunctioning may place higher levels of salt into the building water supply. The salt level in the backwash discharge from a water softener can contain Water Softeners Backwash Water Softening SystemsWater softeners systems are a backwash system that uses salt as a regenerating agent. The softening process happens in the filter tank where iron-infused resin beads ionically attract and trap minerals out of the water. The water softening system then uses salt from the brine tank to clean the media in the filtration tank and flushes out the
This guidance is intended for residential uses with water softener backwash discharges. Background:The most common types of water softeners use an ion exchange process to remove magnesium and calcium that cause water hardness and to remove iron and manganese from drinking water. The softeners work by pumping water through a resin matrix.
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