Posted by Administrator on 5/18/2011
The first step to healthy drinking water is getting a water filtration system.
The next step is maintaining clear water filters. Most water filter
cartridges have a life span based on the gallons of water filtered.
People often forget to change their filters because they've lost track
of time or forgotten to mark their calendar for the next filter change.
Many times when people do remember to check their filters, they are
mislead by the appearance of a seemingly clean cartridge housing.
Posted by Administrator on 5/12/2011
Surprisingly when it comes to the beverage of choice it appears that
more Americans still drink water over milk, coffee or beer. This water,
however, is bottled. More than half of all Americans drink bottled
water equating to an estimated eight billion gallons of bottled drinking
water. Fueled by ads picturing unspoiled glaciers, crystal-clear water
springs surrounded by green forests, and mountain vistas hosting
magnificent waterfalls, consumers are left with mouthwatering images of
pure bottled water. But do we know the real source of that bottled drinking water? Are the images of purity wholly accurate?
Posted by Administrator on 5/4/2011
When you grab a glass of water from your kitchen faucet, do you ever
stop to think about how clean that water really is? Although, it would
be nice to assume that the water flowing from your tap has been purified
and is contaminant free; unfortunately, that isn't necessarily the
case. Keep in mind that clean is relative and what is potable isn't
necessarily void of harmful bacteria and contaminants.