Why cleaning water tanks in Saudi Arabia is important?

Water may be the most important natural resource for not only humans and animals but the environment as well. Therefore, it seems crucial to conserve as much water as possible. Although the importance of water is clear to living organisms, humans often overlook this, and many individuals may not realize the daily importance of the abundance of fresh water. Saving water as much fresh water as possible is an important duty for all everyone.

This is especially through in Saudi Arabia, where about 50% of the consumed water is produced through desalination plants, given the limited natural water resources. Saudi Arabia is the largest producer of desalinated water in the world.

 serviis_water_tankHow do water tanks help conserve water?

There are various types of water tanks, and they utilize different sources:

  • collected rainwater to provide individuals with an alternative water supply

  • Water from your home or garden hoses, provided by the National Water Company.

  • Water provided by the third party provides

For collected rainwater, not only can the tanks conserve water but they can save people money when it is time to pay for water bills. Collected rainwater may also reduce the need for more dams being built which would ultimately disrupt the environment. The water tanks collect water from rain when the water funnels from the roof and gutters. Rainwater is soft water and is considered safe for humans to drink.

serviis_tanksWhy do we need to clean water tanks? 

Cleaning the water tank is one of the tasks which allow you to use fresh water. In addition, a dirty water tank can cause different health problems from the following:

  • Bacteria (such as Escherichia coli, salmonella)

  • Mosquitoes breeding

  • Viruses(such as hepatitis) and parasites

  • Algae, which produces bad tastes and odors

 serviis_home_tanksHow often should a water tank be cleaned? 

The frequency of water tank cleaning highly depends on the quality of the water supplied in your area.

  • Typically, water tanks should be cleaned at least once or twice a year.

  • If you are supplied with water containing solvents, the water tank should be cleaned more than twice a year.

 serviis_tankWhat is the best way to clean a water tank?

Cleaningawater tank on your own might be difficult because of the types of tools, equipment, and most importantly, the time required. In addition to this, water tank cleaning professionals are typically required, because special equipment and materials need to be used. The following demonstrates the process of cleaning a water tank:

  1. Drain the water tank.

  2. Clean the inside of the tank with a cleaning mixture or soda on dirty walls and a power washer.

  3. After the cleaning process, rinse and remove remaining liquid with a vacuum.

  4. Disinfect the water tank with the chlorine solution, and drain it after a day or so.

  5. Rinse the tank a few times to ensure the chlorine is removed, and refill the water tank with clean and fresh water.

Hiring a professional water tank cleaner with proper equipment and trained personnel can save you money, time and ensure a proper service.

Hiring a qualified and knowledgeable professional on www.serviis.com is simple and easy. A water tank can provide many benefits, and maintaining fresh water in the tanks are key for the health of both you and the environment.

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