Water Treatment Services in Bellevue, NE

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, Solving Bellevue Nebraska’s Water Problems since 1963. 

 

Hard Water, Chlorine taste and odor plus high TDS Treatment for Bellevue NE

Bellevue’s most challenging water issues have been EcoWater Systems of Nebraska’s “magnificent obsession” for over 50 years when it opened up for business as LINDSAY SOFT WATER CO OF NEBRASKA.   Today with 5 locations across the state, what started as a small Lindsay Soft Water dealership in Fremont, NE is now the state’s premier water treatment specialist and the foremost expert in Bellevue’s water issues.

Only eight miles south of Omaha and part of, Omaha-Council Bluffs’ metropolitan area, Bellevue’s principal water supply is the same as Omaha’s, with most of its water coming from the Missouri River.  In addition to its high hardness and high TDS characteristics, Bellevue’s municipal water is also treated with ammonia, which combined with Omaha’s chlorination creates chloramines. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, offers best-in-class multi-media water filtration solutions for the most challenging chlorine odor, taste and Total Dissolved Solids issues found in Bellevue’s water supply.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, in fact, has demonstrated a level of technical proficiency that is unrivaled in the entire state.  Whether it be resolving city water problems caused by chlorine odor, taste and sediment, or the expertise to abate or completely remove chloramines, chlorine taste and chlorine odor typically found in the Omaha / Bellevue municipally treated water supplies, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, is widely regarded at THE municipal water treatment expert.

Call EcoWater Systems of Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for Chlorine smell, taste removal and TDS treatment solutions, as well as any multi-media water filtration services in the surrounding Bellevue NE, area or click here to contact us for immediate service.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, removing Chlorine odor and taste from Bellevue NE’s water.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska specializes not only in HARD water and water softening protocols, but also in municipal water de-chlorination issues.  As Nebraska’s WATER SPECIALISTS, we have been installing best-in-class water filtration and de-chlorination systems in Bellevue’ and its suburbs for the better part of 50 years, dealing with a wide range of water problems native to the area, specifically chlorine odor and taste, often associated with municipally treated water.  EcoWater Systems of Nebraska’s technology of choice, for the elimination of chlorine odor and taste, is the WATER REFINING SYSTEM® by EcoWater which combines the benefits of water conditioning and carbon filtration. Designed specifically for city water applications, it not only cleans, softens and filters, but SPECIFICALLY reduces chlorine taste and odor, typically found in Bellevue’s water supply.

Drinking Water Solutions, Filtration, Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) and POU Cooler installation in Bellevue, NE  

The Metropolitan Utilities District of Omaha (MUD) serves 90 million gallons of water per day and well over 200,000 customers including those is Bellevue. Since MUD does not have the resources to determine health risks of chemical compounds found in the water, they must rely on the EPA and Nebraska Health and Human Services to tell them what are a health risk and at what levels.  An aging infrastructure combined with the physical limitations of controlling 100% of the water 100% of the time, mean that only a homeowner can determine the best quality of water that is used in his or her household for drinking, cooking and general consumption.  FINAL BARRIER protection therefore falls on the end consumer and is, and that is what EcoWater Systems of Nebraska offers solutions for.

Although Bellevue’s municipally treated water is designed to be potable for human consumption, the anti-bacteriological chemical treatment protocols used to make it safe do not make it taste terrific.  Chlorine, in fact, and Chloramines (the compound resulting from ammonia being added to Chlorine) are the principal agents used to kill bacteria in water, and although chemically effective, leave an all too familiar swimming pool water aftertaste and odor.  EcoWater Nebraska has the known-how and technology to remove Chlorine and Chloramines from metropolitan drinking water using the EcoWater Systems Reverse Osmosis drinking water system, which provides, under counter, high-quality water for drinking and cooking applications, totally free of any chemical trace contaminants such as chlorine, sediment, nitrates, lead, cysts and other man made pollutants.

For greater home water consumption, or light commercial and business applications, BottleLESS water coolers or POINT OF USE COOLERS (POUs or POCs) provide virtually unlimited, pristine, “bottle quality” drinking water without the truly heavy burden of lifting and storing 5 gallon, bulky jugs. This mini R.O. “water treatment plant” in your home or office can materially save you money over what you are spending now for your store bought or delivered water.

Multi-media Water Filtration Replacement and Repair in Bellevue’, NE 

EcoWater Nebraska’s nearby factory authorized service center in Omaha, is a premier repair facility in Nebraska. It offers services for emergency repair for numerous water filtration systems and water softeners including Lindsay, EcoWater Systems, WaterBoss, Sears, Whirlpool, Culligan, Rainy, Water Right, Addie, Autotrol, Benson, Hellenbrand, Kinetico, Lakeland, Microline, Rayne Water, Clack, Fleck, Rainsoft, Soft Water and Water Care.

Solving Hard Water and High TDS levels in Bellevue’, NE water 

Problem water is and has been EcoWater Systems of Nebraska reason to be for more than half a century. It has been successfully solving virtually all problem water issues associated with both municipal and well water not only in Bellevue’, but the entire state from its five regional service centers in Omaha, Fremont, Norfolk, Grand Island and Columbus.  Offering best-in-class filtration systems to resolve the toughest water problems native to Bellevue’, Council Bluffs IA, Glenwood, IA, Bellevue Papillion and Gretna, EcoWater Nebraska has the know-how to resolve all hard water problems from high calcium and magnesium deposits to high TDS levels and unpalatable water from municipal chlorination.

Contact EcoWater Systems of Nebraska today to help resolve your most challenging problem water issues, as well as ordering delivery of commercial and residential drinking water in Bellevue’, Council Bluffs IA, Glenwood, IA, Bellevue, Papillion and Gretna.  We can also assist you with your POU (point of use) R.O cooler needs.  With over five decades of water treatment experience in the Bellevue’ area, our team of water pros will be ready to solve any drinking water issue your home or business may have.

Bellevue’s Problem Water Specialists for your home and business. 

Bellevue’s untreated water can be hard on you and your business.   In fact, hard water minerals typically will build up in your equipment, restricting flow in plumbing and pipes as well as reducing heat transfer in water heaters.  These water hardness issues translate to increased costs.  Additionally, the labor expense for maintenance, as well as early replacement of plumbing fixtures and repairs, plus increased energy operating cost are all associated with hard and untreated water.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska has 50 years practical expertise in determining what areas of your business can be run more efficiently by improving the quality of your water.  Whether it be full System Engineering or simply Chlorine Removal, EcoWater Systems of Nebraska is the specialist in the greater Bellevue’, NE area for your commercial water treatment needs. EcoWater Systems of Nebraska’s professionals are ready and available to help find the right solution for your home or business with extremely cost-effective product solutions and engineering.

Contact EcoWater Systems of Nebraska to resolve all your hard water and Chlorine odor and taste issues in Bellevue, NE.  We can also assist with commercial and residential POU (point of use) R.O cooler sales and service from our Omaha, NE Service Center.

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska, Solving Bellevue Nebraska’s Hard Water Problems for more than a half a century  

Contact EcoWater Nebraska today to resolve your most complex water issues, as well as ordering delivery of bottled drinking water in Bellevue, Omaha, Council Bluffs IA, Glenwood, IA, Bellevue, Papillion and Gretna or any other location in Nebraska from our EcoWater Nebraska centers in Omaha, Norfolk, Grand Island, Columbus, and Fremont. We can also assist you with your POU (point of use) R.O cooler needs.  With over five decades of water treatment skill, our team of water professionals will be ready to solve any problem or drinking water issue your home or business may have.

Call EcoWater Nebraska at 1-888-ECOWATER (326-9283) for immediate assistance with your residential or commercial water filtration system, or drinking water needs in Bellevue, Omaha, Council Bluffs IA, GlenwoodIA, Bellevue, Papillion and Gretna or click here for water delivery service. 

EcoWater Systems of Nebraska and Bellevue, NE 

Originally settled in the 1830s, Bellevue was formally incorporated in 1855 and is the oldest continuous town in Nebraska and the second oldest settlement in the state. It was once the seat of government in Nebraska. The Sarpy County city boasts a population north of 50,000, and is part of the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area. 

Settlement of Bellevue began when a fur trading post was built in 1822. Early French Canadian trappers named the area Belle Vue because of the beauty of the view from the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River, hence the name.

With the decline in the fur trade, in 1832 the post was sold to the US government to be used for the Missouri River Indian Agency.  When Baptist missionaries Moses and Eliza Merrill arrived in 1833, the US Indian agent let them stay temporarily at the post.

Ideally situated on the Missouri River, with access to the Platte River Valley, Bellevue became a hub for transfer of manufactured goods from the East and furs from the West. With the decline of the fur trade, Bellevue changed during the decade of the 1850s to a more mixed economy.

The second half of the century witnessed Bellevue’s slip into relative obscurity. Bellevue’s population continued to slide until the city was near extinct. In 1876, the county seat was transferred to Papillion, 10 miles (16 km) to the west.

Fort Crook, later named and redesigned as Offutt Air Force Base, spurred Bellevue’s largest growth. Offutt became home to the huge Martin bomber plant during World War II and, shortly after the war, housed the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command. It attracted thousands of civilian and military employees, who made Bellevue their home. Bellevue’s population exploded from less than 1200 in 1940 to almost 20,000 by 1960.

The Martin Bomber Plant was the assembly site for the Enola Gay and Bockscar, the planes used to drop the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which ended World War II.

Offutt Air Force Base is the location of the 55th Wing, United States Strategic Command and the Air Force Weather Agency.

Today, Bellevue’s growth is principally thanks to an expanding economy in the civilian sector with commercial, industrial, and residential construction rising every year.

Water Treatment Services in Bellevue, NE

Offutt Air Force Base with Bellevue in the foreground
Photo by Code36 [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

 

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