• Learn About Water Treatment

    Learn About Water Treatment

    Learn About Water Treatment Water treatment is the process used to make water safe for use and consumption by human beings. Water treatment facilities employ multi-step processes in order to filter and disinfect local water supply before it is distributed through the...
  • What Water Treatment Facilities Miss

    What Water Treatment Facilities Miss

    What Water Treatment Facilities Miss Contaminants might still be in your tap water after it’s been processed at your local treatment facility. Tap water quality is more closely monitored than that of bottled water, but that doesn’t mean that the water...
  • Alkaline Water: It’s Not Just For Athletes

    Alkaline Water: It’s Not Just For Athletes

    Alkaline Water: It’s Not Just For Athletes The human body has an ideal pH level for body systems to run smoothly. pH is the measurement of how acidic an organism’s chemistry is or the concentration of hydrogen ions. The ideal pH level for human beings rests between...
  • Contaminants and the Water Table

    Contaminants and the Water Table

    Contaminants and the Water Table What is a water table, and why should you care about it? That’s a reasonable question. The science behind how water gets from the sky to your faucet is more complicated than “rain falls into a reservoir and then we drink it.” What is a...
  • Explaining Reverse Osmosis without the Need for a Ph.D.

    Explaining Reverse Osmosis without the Need for a Ph.D.

    Explaining Reverse Osmosis without the Need for a Ph.D. We all know that water is important for our health and that we should drink about 8 glasses every day. This helps with keeping your body hydrated, which has many health benefits. When you pour a glass from your...
  • Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

    Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

    Does Reverse Osmosis Work? Reverse osmosis water treatment is the process of purifying contaminated water by filtering it through a semipermeable membrane. The process removes contaminants, minerals, and salt by allowing the water molecules to flow through the filter...