When you have young children, you feel that they are always on some course of antibiotic treatment. However, antibiotics are the scourge of aerated water treatment plants.
These rely on “good” bacteria to break down the solids inside. These bacteria will oxidize the solids ensuring there is nothing left behind.
When someone in the home is on a course of antibiotics, this upsets the fine balance of bacteria happening inside the chamber. The micro-organisms are called aerobes and will thrive and multiply in the presence of oxygen. Add into the mix antibiotics, and this upsets the balance.
We recommend you call us and we can give you advice about how to restore the delicate balance of bacteria when the course of antibiotics is completed.
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