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How to Manage Your Septic or Wastewater System

Proper care for your private septic/wastewater treatment system is in your best interest. Such management not only protects your health it saves you money and minimizes environmental impacts. When a septic system fails it can both contaminate your water and impacts you and your property. more...

Bottle Water vs. Tap Water?

Bottle water costs as much as 15,000 times more than tap water.[1] In a report by the Beverage Recycling Institute, "Water, Water Everywhere: the Growth of Non-Carbonated Beverages in the US" notes that sales of plastic bottle water 1 liter and less increased more than 100 percent from 2002 to 2005[2]. The bottle water segment in the worldwide beverage industry is bottled water. This universal solvent will exceed sales of milk and coffee becoming the second most consumed beverage next to soft drinks by 2004. However, this product may contain impurities and may not live up to many of the brand labels pristine sounding names. Many bottlers just use reprocessed water from municipal water supplies. more...

Water Makes Life Go Around

How many people on this blue planet understand how water connects to every living thing? It affects every aspect of our lives. How we use this primordial element is not just about our own future, but about our planet's very survival. And yet, billions of people do not have access to clean water. more...

Water Treatment In Your Home

Does your household water not taste or smell or even look right? Also, your water may have some nitrate or bacteria problems. Your water may have either nuisance problems, or health concerns or both. Such water impurities may: damage home plumbing or equipment; stain, cause odor and/or appearance concerns; and finally health problems such as intestinal disorders due to bacterial contamination. more...



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