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The Most Infamous Bottled Water Outbreaks

If you are an adamant bottled water drinker, these famous historic outbreaks might change your mind on where you get your purified drinking water from! Bottled Water Regulations and Standards When drinking water is contaminated, it can pose several health … Continue reading

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What is the Difference Between Purified and Spring Water?

When you go to the store to stock up on more bottled water, how do you choose from the options on the shelf? From filtered and purified, to infused, sparkling, and even naturally-sourced from a spring, there are various options … Continue reading

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A Recent Boil Advisory Reminds Us to Check Our Water Quality

In San Diego, California, the North County suburban city of Poway recently had a water pollution scare, causing the state’s Water Resources Control Board to place a 6-day Boil Water Advisory on the entire region by the end of November. … Continue reading

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How to Use Rain to Wash Your Cars and Equipment

We all want to keep our cars as clean as possible, but weekly car washes can add up quickly. As an alternative, many people opt for washing their own cars at home. However, there is still a concern about wasting … Continue reading

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What is a Countertop Drinking Water Filter?

Whole house water purification is a highly impactful water treatment method that can deliver a wide scope of benefits, for you, your home, and even your bank account. However, not everyone is in a position to afford such an inclusion, … Continue reading

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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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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 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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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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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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