Silver Bullet Water Treatment’s horticulture water management strategies allow cultivation facilities to enhance their irrigation water and recycle waste streams while lowering operating costs. Customized solutions that fit each facility’s water needs include treatment technologies, monitoring equipment, regulatory compliance and service programs.
With over a decade of experience treating livestock drinking water, Silver Bullet Water Treatment embraces the challenge to custom design your water management solutions. Individually providing exceptional quality drinking water contributes a return on your long-term investment and helps improve operations, animal welfare, and production.
Hazardous chemical treatments are no longer the answer in a world more sensitive to the environment and safety. Silver Bullet Water Treatment’s non-chemical Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) solutions, filtration, and control systems have one of the industry’s lowest carbon footprints. They are proven to improve microbial control, mitigate scale, manage corrosion, and positively impact Water Usage Efficiency (WUE)/Power Use Efficiency (PUE).
Infinite Harvest chose to implement Silver Bullet because I did not have to maintain the system myself. I did not have to buy or handle any hazardous consumables. And, the Service Program Silver Bullet offers is not available from any other water treatment provider."
Director of Operations / Infinite Harvest / Denver, CO
"Silver Bullet has been the best product that we have seen to decrease bacterial contamination in water and assist in eliminating iron and other minerals from livestock drinking water."
Veterinary Medical Center / Worthington, MN
"The Silver Bullet Water Treatment AOP test bed had the lowest installed cost and simplest installation process. The technology eliminated all scale and corrosion inhibitors and uses small amounts of biocide. In subsequent analysis of the three alternative water treatment (AWT) systems at the Denver Federal Center, the Silver Bullet Water Treatment AOP system had the least biological growth."
US Federal General Services Administration (GSA) Guidance on Alternative Water Treatment Systems for Cooling Towers (January 2020)