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Are Water Treatment Systems Only for Homes?

16 April, 2012 (09:23) | Drinking Water System, Hard Water Solutions, Money Savings, Reverse Osmosis, Water Softeners | By: admin

This seems to be a common question about consumers who are looking to ensure their health through safe drinking water. The answer is simply, no. Homes are not the only locations where one can enjoy the immense benefits of a water filtration system or a water softener to offer its patrons. Public facilities that offer or utilize water (drinking water or within appliances) could reduce their environmental impact, waste less water, conserve their expensive appliances, and reduce harmful contaminants from the drinking water all at once. So again, the answer seems quite simple.

Let’s say, for example, a hospital was looking to provide patients safe drinking water from faucets or drinking water fountains, but had impurities in the water as many areas in this country do. Patients, with their many susceptibilities, needed to be sure they wouldn’t consume harmful contaminants. With a good water filter, kitchens could serve safe drinking water without the expense and waste of plastic bottles. People could feel good about water fountains. Appliances won’t be breaking down from hard water buildup. A simple and inexpensive solution could be to install drinking water systems.

Likewise, hotels could also benefit from some of the related services. From offering sparkling clean drinking water, to saving on hard water buildup, water treatment systems are a great way to get clients into your business and save money in the long run. Hotels utilize constantly expensive equipment – washing machines, pipes, dishwashers, sinks, etc… Hard water can leave mineral buildup which can quickly shorten the life of the appliances, creating both a hassle and a cost. With a commercial water softener at an affordable price, the savings are imminent. Not to mention the increased profits due to people who want to stay in a hotel with safe drinking water at their fingertips!

Farmers who are looking at hydroponic crops can also benefit from the use of a reverse osmosis system. There was a recent article on this very topic that states that farmers grow larger and healthier hydroponic crops by utilizing a reverse osmosis system. They, too, will reduce water wasted while improving the quality of their hydroponic crops.

One last example is, of course, restaurants which use water in a variety of ways and who could immensely benefit from drinking water systems. Restaurants, like hotels and hospitals, have very expensive equipment that they would want to last for many, many years. Hard water mineral buildup can hinder this, should nothing be done. A water softener can reduce this mineral buildup, creating better water and minimizing damage to dishwashers, sinks, and so on. However, one of the biggest benefits with a reverse osmosis system in restaurants would be for the consumers. Just like John Hickey discussed in an article  in the Orlando Sentinel, many people are drinking water when they go out to eat – to watch their wallet and their waistline, kicking sodas to the curb. Most consumers would prefer to know that they are conserving water at the same time that they can enjoy safe drinking water as a beverage alternative. Explore the benefits of a drinking water system or a water softener for your business or corporation today!

 

 

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