Dear friends and partners,

Australian farmers are increasingly experiencing higher concentrations of salt in water sources due to drought, vegetation loss and unreliable weather patterns, resulting in water table rise. Moerk Water offers Australian farmers an immediate and long-term solution to adapt to changing water qualities and mitigate the damaging effects of saline water. We provide simple, stand-alone technology systems to convert concentrated water into fresh water for spraying and stock, without additional costs. 

Our team of expert engineers are dedicated to understanding your farm's conditions to find a solution that is right for you. 

Moerk Water is leading the way in delivering solar powered reverse osmosis solutions to Australian farmers, with another project opening in Watson Farm in Western Australia's Wheatbelt and having received outstanding feedback for our efficient services. 

We send you our warmest regards,
Martin Brezger, Director of Moerk Water Solutions 

Customised Water Solutions for

Watson Farm

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Watson Farm in Western Australia's Wheatbelt, successfully installed Moerk Water's BW500 Reverse Osmosis (RO) machine in February 2019. The machine is designed to be stored in a shipping container, for ease of transport and to connect to the grid as requested.

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This machine will provide Watson Farm with up to 600 litres of fresh water per hour.

The fresh waster is distributed by pipes into storage tanks around the farm and kept for spraying 450ha, 5 times a year.

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We have received astoundingly positive feedback from the Watson Farmer, who has also recommended Moerk Water's service to his farming colleagues. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

Visit our stall at the Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Day

This agricultural expo located in the Central Wheatbelt of Western Australia, the longest running and largest agricultural machinery expo in WA

 
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