Water Treatment News — Water Filtration

What Is Water Filtration

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What Is Water Filtration

You use your drinking water for everything. You use it to wash your vegetables to filling your family's glasses at dinner. For most homes, municipalities treat drinking water with chemicals including chlorine and chloramines to treat the water for contaminants. While chlorine and chloramines are successful at treating bacteria in...

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The Ultimate Guide To PH For Drinking Water

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The Ultimate Guide To PH For Drinking Water

With the pH level ranging from 6.5 - 8.5, the water is considered to be safe. This is because the water is neither acidic nor alkaline enough to be dangerous to the human body. If the water has a pH of less than 6 then the water can be corrosive...

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The Ultimate Guide To Chlorinated Drinking Water

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The Ultimate Guide To Chlorinated Drinking Water

People had long battled a variety of health problems that were spread through water before chlorine was added to tap water.  This included diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and typhoid. When scientists discovered that chlorine is an effective disinfectant, that changed everything.

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The Ultimate Guide To Prescription Drugs In Your Drinking Water

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The Ultimate Guide To Prescription Drugs In Your Drinking Water

Drugs are present in trace amounts in the drinking water supply, there isn't an imminent danger to human health. Experts are concerned about the long-term effects of repeated exposure because they have the potential to be toxic to humans.

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The Ultimate Guide To Nutrient Pollution

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The Ultimate Guide To Nutrient Pollution

Nutrient runoff and algal blooms can create toxins and compounds that are dangerous to your health. There are many ways that humans and pets can be exposed to these compounds. Water filtration can help filter out unwanted nutrient pollution that is in your water supply.

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How Does Reverse Osmosis Work

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How Does Reverse Osmosis Work

Reverse osmosis occurs when pressure is applied to the solute with a high concentration of contaminants. For example, when pressure is applied to a volume of saltwater, the salt is left behind when the water passes to the other side of the membrane.  Now, the saltwater is drinkable. The freshwater...

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