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5 Benefits of Reverse Osmosis Systems

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Reverse Osmosis (R O), what’s that? If you don’t know what’s in your water – you should ask. Unfortunately, there is a large percentage of contaminants in your drinking water. Whole House Filter/Softener v. Reverse Osmosis R O systems treat drinking and...

Alkaline Water Helps Your Body Thrive

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We all know that drinking plenty of water is good for your health. In fact, each body function requires hydration. So why is alkaline water better? The short answer is:  because it balances your body’s pH, boosts your energy level, and helps to prevent disease. Here’s why: Due to...

Your Tap Water Could be Causing Your Eczema

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Contamination found in tap water is one of the suspected causes of eczema. Eczema, a medical condition that causes patches of skin to become rough and inflamed, affects thousands of people every year. It is a chronic condition; however, there are numerous ways to treat it....

Why Hard Water Is Bad For Your Home

Hard water is water that contains hardness minerals. The list of elements that possess this hardness property includes iron, copper, and manganese, all normally present in small quantities. Calcium and magnesium are usually present in significant amounts.  Rainwater is naturally...

Restaurant Owners – Provide Clean Water and Save Money

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For restaurant owners, having clean water is a double-edged sword. Within the pipes, there is a buildup that prevents the water from flowing. While this may not seem like it is a health hazard, the chemicals used to clean the buildup may corrode the pipes.   When talking about...

Brain-eating Amoeba Found in Water System – Oh My!

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On Aug. 28, 2014, tests from the Louisiana health department have confirmed the presence of a rare brain-eating amoeba in one area of St. John the Baptist Parish’s water system, state, and parish officials said Wednesday. The state Department of Health and Hospitals said testing...