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I placed an order for a no-waste reverse osmosis, so instead of wasting down the drain 2 3 4 5 gallons of water, this one does not
Zero waste ultra filtration system, I just got to add the d i filter, which I have

About 3 weeks ago I received reverse osmosis filter the real cheap ones and for every gallon of good clean water it waste 6 gallons. No good

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Someone who has been running a business over 25 plus years, I hate waste waste of time, waste of money, waste of resources, I can go on and on. I bought a real cheap reverse osmosis filter it cost total shipping $65 and boy was I disappointed, for every one gallon of good water you would waste 6 gallons of water. So I got on the internet and found this no waste reverse osmosis only thing I need to add is the DI filtration.

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My tank is over one year out and super stable with daily continuous 2 percent AWC with tropic marin pro and phospates below 1ppm and Alk at 8.2. Just placed an order from aquarium depot for 3 orange stereonephthyas. I feed reef roids daily and Rod's reef and my tank is stable with great flow. I don't have a sand bed. Any other suggestions appreciated. Thx.
 
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My tank is over one year out and super stable with daily continuous 2 percent AWC with tropic marin pro and phospates below 1ppm and Alk at 8.2. Just placed an order from aquarium depot for 3 orange stereonephthyas. I feed reef roids daily and Rod's reef and my tank is stable with great flow. I don't have a sand bed. Any other suggestions appreciated. Thx.
If you're brave enough add Pacific oysters, my two tanks equal 80 to 85 gallons and I have 70 Pacific oysters in the sump as of today. Also in the sump I have dry Rock Marco type, do it yourself canister filter,Does wonders IMG_20200527_180212_126.jpg IMG_20200527_180212_126.jpg IMG_20200527_180212_126.jpg
 

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Let us hope they arrive early morning. A bit of a heat wave for us here in Cali.
Funny you said that I just in the morning about 11 a.m or. 11:30 I was looking at my email and it said they were delivered and sure enough they were, I just finished acclimating like 20 minutes ago looks like most are okay. Good point
 

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