Archive for the ‘Water Education’ Category

Making Your Water Rainwater Soft

Making Your Water Rainwater Soft     There is a reason why so many hair care and beauty product TV commercials feature rainwater washes. This is because rainwater is naturally soft and promotes silky hair and healthy skin. The water that falls to the earth contains no […]

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Getting Hard Water Under Control

Getting Hard Water Under Control According to the USGS approximately 80% of homes in the United States are affected by hard water. While you may think that such a common issue could not be particularly problematic, hard water can have a number of unpleasant effects in both […]

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How Hard Water Could be Making your Life Harder

How Hard Water Could be Making your Life Harder   In this busy modern world, most consumers are constantly looking to make their lives simpler and easier, from home appliances such as dishwashers, to buying creams and lotions to make skin feel nicer. What you may be […]

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Is Water Quality Really a Problem?

Is Water Quality Really a Problem?   In the modern world, the simplest thing should be to turn on a tap or take a shower. There should be nothing hard about measuring out the detergent for your washing machine, however, in most areas of the United States, […]

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The Effects of Hard Water on Your Skin

The Effects of Hard Water on Your Skin   If you are suffering from dry skin, it is likely that you have already tried every lotion, moisturizer and cream on the market. Regardless of which product you are using and how frequently you use it, you are […]

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Water Treatment Systems Offer Better Water Than Bottled Water

Water Treatment Systems Offer Better Water Than Bottled Water   With the rising costs of running a household, many consumers are worried about the expense of buying healthy food and bottled water. However, these days, there is simply no need to feel the burden of buying enough […]

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Your Guide to Protecting and Preserving our Water

Your Guide to Protecting and Preserving our Water   In any community where the groundwater is used as a source of drinking water, protecting aquifers and wells becomes an important goal. While many people may consider this to be a municipal water company problem, protecting and preserving […]

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When Should You Have Your Water Tested?

When Should You Have Your Water Tested?   The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates the testing and standards of public drinking water supplies. However, these rules are not applicable to individual water systems including private wells. Therefore, as a well owner, it is is up to you […]

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How Much Water Does One Person Use Each Day?

How Much Water Does One Person Use Each Day?     Whether you are looking to reduce your water bills, be more environmentally aware or simply curious, you may have wondered how much water one person uses each day. The estimates may vary according to your geographical area, […]

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Is It Time to Test Your Well Water?

Is It Time to Test Your Well Water?   Many homeowners with a water supply fed from a privately owned well are concerned about whether the water is free from potentially microbiological or chemical health-compromising contaminants. However, a great number of consumers fail to recognize the potential […]

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