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Tips for Drinking More Water

Water is an essential element to all living organisms on the planet, so of course you should try to drink more! Drinking ample amounts of water delivers several health benefits, from hydrating our organs and lubricating our joints, to regulating … Continue reading

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Latest News Regarding Lead in Our Water

Last year, WFYI.com broke the news that more than 55 schools across six separate counties tested positive for traces of lead in their water. This hazard may have not been discovered if it weren’t for the voluntary Indiana Finance Authority’s … Continue reading

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Facts About Fluoride and Drinking Water

There are many misconceptions about fluoride content in drinking water. Some people argue that it is an essential component for drinking water, while others say it is bad for consumption. To determine where you stand on this subject, it is … Continue reading

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The Five Grades of Pure Water Available

Pure water is not so rare. In fact, there are 5 common versions of pure water available to consumers. But keep in mind, not all forms of pure water are intended for drinking. There are many applications for pure water, … Continue reading

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What Does Water Reverse Osmosis Do?

The Environmental Protection Agency regularly surveys our resident water supplies for new contaminants in order to safely superintend and regulate the condition of our drinking water. According to them, allocated levels of specific contaminants are safe to ingest, and thus … Continue reading

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What is DI Water?

If you are on the hunt for ways to improve the quality of your home or business’s drinking water, you will eventually come across the term “DI” water; that is, if you haven’t already. Continue reading to learn the meaning … Continue reading

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What are the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations?

The National Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDWR) are government-enforced standards and treatment techniques that must be obeyed by all municipal water systems. Continue reading to learn what standards they set and enforce, and what you can do to improve the … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions About Drinking Water

Since water is one of the most vital elements on the planet, and a resource required by all living organisms, it is never a bad idea to learn all that you can about water chemistry and consumption. If you are … Continue reading

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Easy Recipe for Homemade Limescale Cleaner

There are many signs that indicate you have a hard water problem. From low water pressure and lack of soap suds, to cloudy glassware, stiff laundry, and dingy hair, hard water does not try to disguise itself for too long. … Continue reading

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How to Test for Hard Water Using a Plastic Bottle

Are you concerned about the quality of your water? If so, your first step is to implement a water test to confirm the current level of hardness of your home’s water supply. There are many options for hard water testing, … Continue reading

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