Posted by Administrator on 1/27/2011
Water filtration is slowly but surely eliminating the need for purchasing water bottles, as water filtration system owners are choosing to tote around their own refillable water bottle as they go about their day. However, even these most conscious of consumers can be caught at a lunch or dinner where they are forced to purchase a plastic water bottle. Plastic water bottles are usually convenient and cheap and more often than not, ensure consumers that they are drinking clean and purified water. However, what happens when reports come back from select bottled water companies reporting unsafe or unclean water?
Posted by Administrator on 1/20/2011
Water filters and trips to the dentist, at first glance, don't appear to share a common bond however upon further review, they could be directly related. Lately, water filters and in-home water filtration systems have been receiving some negative publicity in the world of dentistry as many dentists are fearing that water filters are removing a vital 'ingredient' that has proven to be beneficial for teeth and gums, fluoride.
Posted by Administrator on 1/13/2011
Installing water filters in a work or home environment is the best way to ensure all employees, students or residents have access to purified, clean water and to ensure the water coming from these sources is chemical and harmful bacteria free. However, what happens when water filters within these establishment prove to be inefficient? Students at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Maryland felt the effects of faulty water filters this past week as students and faculty fell very ill after drinking water from the school's water fountains.
Posted by Administrator on 1/8/2011
Fluorides are found in the waste discharges from process streams in a
number of industries. Significant amounts of fluoride come from the
following: glass manufacturers, electroplating operations, steel and
aluminum, pesticides and fertilizer, groundwater and the semiconductor
industry. The original fluoride effluent levels can vary over a large
range, and restrictions on final effluent level depend on place of
disposal. When there is any risk of fluoride seeping back to water
supplies, a limitation of about one ppm fluoride is normal. Apart from
treatment of industrial waste streams, the other main application of
fluoride removal is the treatment of municipal water supplies to reduce
the fluoride content to 1 ppm or less.
Posted by Administrator on 1/5/2011
Iso Pure Water, the leading supplier of water purification systems to residential and business founded in 2005 with one mission - Pure Water for Pure Life, responds to California's renewed "Toilet to Tap" water reclamation project(s).
Posted by Administrator on 1/3/2011
More often than not, access to clean, filtered water is taken for granted throughout much of the United States, however, world wide, it's quite a privilege. Global awareness, relief funds and volunteer groups have significantly helped address this problem in developing countries and now it looks like smaller villages in the countries of Malaysia and Algeria will be getting a little help from mother nature--the sun.