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Which Water Treatment Chemicals To Use
Depending on what water system you have, there are multiple options to help maintain and treat your water.
Removing Impurities From Your Drinking Water
According to EPA studies, chlorine and chloramines in your drinking water are not considered harmful in small amounts, but they can leave a bad taste in your mouth. Chloramines, a combination of chlorine and ammonia, provide long-lasting disinfection as your water moves through pipes to your home.
What Exactly Are Water Softeners?
Water softeners bring down your water's hardness level into soft water, by reducing the mineral contents of the water. Hard water mainly contains calcium and magnesium, and once in a while bicarbonates and sulfates. Soft water, on the other hand, is the type of water with none or little content of the mentioned minerals.
Water Filtering, Environmentally Green
Reverse osmosis membranes and systems are being designed with water efficiency in mind, especially in locations where droughts are common and water is in short supply.
12 Easy Ways to Lower Water Use in Your Bathroom
Regardless of where you call home, clean drinking water is a precious resource. However, several states, including California, are undergoing a severe water shortage making water conservation even more critical. We recommend using a step-by-step approach to lowering water usage around the house. By looking at each area one at a time, we can address the water wastes in that area, focus on changing habits over the course of 2-3 weeks, and then move on to the next area of the home. For the average American household, the bathroom is the largest water consumer inside the home. According to the EPA,...