Stirling Irrigation for water bores treatment refers to the water treatment plants of borehole or well pits. These water sources are usually utilized for borehole wells that extract water from deep beneath the ground. The water is first put through fumigation to kill any unwanted bacteria or other contaminants that may be present in the borehole water source. Then the water is pumped back to the surface for use by any water system that demands this type of water.
An example of a water system that utilizes this type of water supply is a well that delivers water directly to a house. The water is so purified that there is no chlorine taste or odor. This eliminates the use of chlorinated pools and helps to reduce the number of swimming pools a household has. Another use for bore water is in the production of gasoline or oil. This is because the water used in this process does not contain any contaminants that could be harmful to the environment or human health.
This type of water supply is also commonly used as an agricultural irrigation system for agriculture and ranches. It is also used to help desalinate ocean water in order to make saltwater aquariums and water sports. This means that the water source in this system does not have to undergo the same stringent standards as underground water systems.