What Makes a Drinking Fountain Safe?

Having safe water fountains should always be a top priority for public health. We all need to stay hydrated, and public fountains help ensure that everyone has access to drinking water wherever they are. Unfortunately, the fountains we currently see installed may be doing more harm than good. Are Public Water Fountains Safe? While the … more »
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How to Eliminate Hard Water Spots With Ease

Hard water is water with a high amount of mineral deposits like lime, silica, and calcium. When the water dries, the deposits are left behind, leaving unsightly spots on glass or ceramic surfaces, particularly in bathrooms and kitchens. If you’re tired of looking at the brown or white scum that has collected in your living … more »
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Common Misconceptions Between Hard and Soft Water

With all the contradicting information at our fingertips, it’s easy to get lost in the endless stream of contradicting information. We’re going to set the record straight today and help you get the facts on hard and soft water! Myth: Rainwater must be hard, because it’s untreated. Truth: Rainwater, as it falls, is naturally soft! … more »
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Easy Ways to Elevate Your Drinking Water

It’s no secret that staying hydrated is one of the single most important things you can do for your health. Still, studies show that over 75% of people in the US show signs of chronic dehydration annually. So what can we do about this? Start by trying some of these helpful tips and you’ll be … more »
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8 Ways to Reduce Your Water Use

Water conservation is very important. Not only is it an environmentally responsible thing to do, but it also helps to lower your monthly water bills. Follow these simple tips and you’ll be on your way to saving money, and the planet, in no time! Reduce Water Use in Bathroom 1. Showering We tend to have … more »
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