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Recycled Wastewater as Potable Water

25 March, 2014 (18:15) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water News, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

Water is the life blood of the Earth and all living things and unfortunately, there is a currently a distinct shortage of water.   Considering the ongoing droughts in Texas and in the Southwest we really need to look at alternative ways to conserve and reuse the water we currently have.  Water Technology recently published an article […]

Businesses Also Facing Water Risks These Days

25 February, 2014 (17:25) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

Businesses in the western United States have one more thing to worry about these days – water. Not just contamination or impurities affecting their products, but the water shortage itself has them competing for water against consumers and other industries like agriculture and mining. Consumers and businesses alike are soon to be affected by the […]

World Water Day Brings Global Communities Together

29 March, 2013 (19:40) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water News, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

When we hear the word community, we don’t always think of everything that makes one function. We know people, places, and leadership are essential, but we often forget other important resources which make a community function and survive. Freshwater and freshwater resources are vital to the functioning and success of a community. All over the […]

High Efficiency Water Filter with Low Costs

15 January, 2013 (01:06) | Drinking Water System, Impurity Solutions, Money Savings, Reverse Osmosis, Water News, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

Wouldn’t you love to get more from your money without actually having to pay more? In this day in age, we have so many appliances and electronic devices. We live in a world driven by technology which translates to using a lot of energy and paying for it with our monthly energy bills. A couple […]

The Bottled Water Crisis Here and Now

19 September, 2012 (15:10) | Drinking Water System, Money Savings, Reverse Osmosis, Water News, Water Usage | By: admin

We have all felt the convenience of bottled water at one time or another. But as a result, we are now feeling the crisis of plastic waste devastating our environment. This convenience has turned into a massive waste which is destroying our planet’s ecosystems. Plastic water bottles are overflowing landfills, polluting the streams, rivers and […]

Where there are farms, there may be nitrates.

2 July, 2012 (02:15) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Impurity Solutions, Reverse Osmosis, Water Usage | By: admin

Where there are farms, there may be nitrates. You cannot see them. You cannot taste them. We eat our vegetables because they are healthy, never considering that they may contain nitrates or what we wash them in may contain nitrates as well. A recent article emphasizes responsible fertilizer use and the effects of the nitrogen […]

Business Water Strategies

19 March, 2011 (00:22) | Water Usage | By: admin

Small Business Trends recently published an online article that we felt was worthy of being revisited by our readers, particularly those of you who own your own business or are in a decision-making capacity where you work. This article is titled “5 Strategies for Saving Water at Your Business”. As a business owner or manager, […]

Water Waste and Overuse Costs More than Just Money

5 March, 2011 (03:54) | Drinking Water System, Water Usage, Water Waste | By: admin

The livelihood of the Imperial Valley in Southern California – and a large portion of our enjoyment of fresh fruits and vegetables in the winter – depends on the crops that grow there and the water they use to grow these vegetables. The Imperial Valley, according to one article from National Public Radio, produces about […]