Help with your Well Water / Borehole

Having a private well can be wonderful, but it means you have sole responsibility for your water quality. This can be as simple as regularly testing your water (at least once a year for some contaminants, like nitrates and bacteria) to ensure its safety. However, it’s not at all uncommon for well water to be…

UV Lamps and System Warranty

Online shopping has practically become the norm. It’s usually easy, convenient and, quite frequently, cheaper. It’s easy to understand why it would be tempting. However, when shopping online for UV lamps, there are some things you need to watch out for. In the water treatment industry, as in many others, there are manufacturers that focus on…

Reconsidering Bottled Water

All the quality and taste of bottled water — without the cost Many consumers reach for bottled because they believe that it’s a healthier and/or tastier alternative to the water from their tap. Dig a little deeper, however, and you’ll discover that that may not actually be the case. With the right home treatment system,…

Testing your Well Water and Borehole Water

When it’s time to test your well water or borehole water, a typical test will include nitrates and bacteria. When testing for bacteria, what they’re really looking for is coliforms, which are referred to as indicator organisms. And, while it’s true that these microbes won’t necessarily make you ill, finding them in your well water…

UV for safer kidney dialysis

Just like any water filter, nature’s ingenious filter, the kidneys, need a checkup from time-to-time. Kidneys filter 200 liters of blood a day and are responsible for, amongst other things, removing waste products and drugs from the body. So, obviously, protecting them is vital. Water quality for dialysis When kidney disease has progressed and the…

The Pampered Pet’s Water Dish

Pet companionship is on the rise, both in the UK and globally. Young couples are starting families later, and aging Boomers are shirking the “empty nest” label by bringing fur-kids into their lives. As cats, dogs, and other critters are increasingly being regarded as members of the family, consumer spending on pet products and pet…

Drink Water to Reduce Cancer Risk

Established over a decade ago, World Cancer Day aims to promote research for curing and preventing cancer, keeping it in the hearts and minds of people around the world. It’s also a good opportunity to remind ourselves to make healthy choices to help reduce our risk of developing this disease. Just three actions can prevent…