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Brilliant Benefits of Bottleless Water Coolers

We know that owning a business these days can be expensive, and while you want to save some money, you also want your business to provide the best to your customers and your employees. It isn’t always easy to find a balance, but our bottleless water coolers provide so many benefits for both your business and the people you work with on a daily basis. From eco-friendly advantages to cost-saving options, you’ll soon see the benefits of investing in your business ...
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Is a water conditioner the right choice for you? 

Hard water is not particularly unhealthy, but it’s capable of causing some costly problems for your home. The costliest issues include scaling, pipe blockage and even pipe leaks. Scaling is the buildup of minerals to form a deposit called lime scale. Hard water, mixed with soap, forms nasty soap scum, which leaves a bathtub ring on your surfaces. Eventually, the scaling in your pipes will allow less water to flow through. Showerheads will dribble instead of spraying and faucets will deliver a weak stream of water. Buildup in your faucets ...
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The Safety and Quality of Reverse Osmosis Water

When something as important as your drinking water comes into play, there are bound to be concerns. While we can all agree that not all reverse osmosis systems are created equal, many systems are able to provide the safe, high quality drinking water your family needs. Removing unwanted and harmful contaminants is the main job of any drinking water filtration system, but are we losing out on the good stuff, too? Do reverse osmosis systems remove too much? Is RO ...
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The Future of Water Filtration

Clean water is essential for life. Unfortunately, there is not enough drinking water to meet the requirements of all the people in the world. The UN has predicted that around 1.2 billion people, or 14% of the world's population, will experience difficulties sourcing clean water by 2025. Researchers also say two-thirds of the world's population is experiencing water shortages. The good news, is there are a lot of new and upcoming technologies for advanced water filtration. Desalination of Water One new breakthrough ...
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California’s Drinking Water is Plagued with Lead

There are areas in California where the drinking water contains higher levels of lead than Flint MI, and yet people aren’t talking about this public health issue! Despite national knowledge, and efforts to rid our communities of lead, the hazard still remains all over our country. Recent data revealed that tests on children in many areas of CA show high levels of lead. The hardest hit area is in Fresno where 13.6% of the children tested, had elevated lead levels ...
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Simple Reverse Osmosis Maintenance Tips

Most homeowners purchase a reverse osmosis system (RO) in order to have access to safe, great tasting drinking water for their home or office. If you’re not sure if you need a water filtration system, contact your local water supplier, and ask them to test your water. If you find that you need to purchase a water filtration system make sure you read the owner’s manual and perform all the required maintenance for your particular system. It’s so important to take care ...
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2017: This is the Year of Smart Water Trends

This past year brought us a LOT of things to be concerned with and plenty to celebrate, too. Drinking water seemed to be a topic in California and around the world more than ever before. From the effects of the drought, to water contamination in the US and beyond. We heard more about the quality of tap water, the disadvantages and myths about bottled water and the technological advances of keeping our water safer and purer than ever before. For ...
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Fracking’s Dirty Little Secrets Uncovered

The fracking boom in America is alive and well going into 2017. Back in 2000 when fracking first came on the scene, there were roughly 23,000 fracking wells. Fast forward to 2016, and there is a whopping 300,000 fracking wells pumping out oil in the United States. Currently, fracking contributes nearly half of all U.S. oil output. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding fracking through the years as to both its environmental safety and its impact on drinking ...
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Sick Day? Pamper Your Body with Water

We have all been sick a time or two in our life. If you’re anything like most of us, the only thing we want to do when under the weather is to sit at home in our comfiest of clothes, watch movies, and sleep. Sometimes, even the thought of getting up to get something to eat or drink seems like too much effort. Unfortunately, it’s times like these when we will just reach for the comfort food and the easy-to-get ...
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What is all this talk about deionized water?

Drinking water has been in the news a lot these days, sometimes it’s good and sometimes it’s bad. But water quality is pretty important and it is finally beginning to get some of the recognition it deserves. If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you may be hearing about deionized water and what benefits it can bring to your business. Deionized water is a fairly new concept to many, however our products are some of the best on the market ...
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