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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Increases Awareness

October 20-26 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week and according to statistics, we certainly need more awareness and education to learn about the serious health effects of lead and what we can do to prevent exposure. Lead exposure most commonly occurs through paint chips and sources as such, but can also occur in drinking water […]

Water Conservation Critical in California

Water conservation has become quite the concern in California in recent years. While the public drinking water systems still have plenty of room for improvement, how we utilize and conserve water is more important than ever. We, as consumers, must start conserving water in our homes and in our yards before our reserves get any […]

Drinking water systems provide homes & schools with safe drinking water

Whether your kids are drinking water at home or in school, you never want red flags raised when it comes to the levels of arsenic in the water they are drinking. But in Sutter County, new state standards are causing some problems for the schools, who are looking at a means of permanent solutions to […]