Underwater de-mineralization and bore water Desalination have been in existence for decades. Water from underground springs is difficult to treat and can contain chemicals such as arsenic, sulfates, nitrates and nitrites. These naturally occur elements are toxic to marine life and the marine environment. In the process of drying the water, chemical compounds called trace elements are introduced to help remove these toxins from the water.
Water from borehole aquifers, on the other hand, is easier to treat. There is more than likely a natural spring nearby, where there is a natural water treatment facility. If you are not sure if you can afford the cost of desalination, you can check with your water treatment provider. They may be able to recommend a company that is certified to provide borehole treatment as well as other specialized water treatment systems. They can also tell you what is not feasible in your area.
If they cannot help, you can look online for companies that provide bore water purification systems. You will want to research each company very carefully before making a decision so that you choose the best one for your needs. It is important that you find a reputable company with a good track record. This way, if anything happens to your home or business, they will be there to help you through it.