Distilled Water vs Spring Water

What are the differences between distilled water and spring water? This seems like a simple question that common knowledge might explain but in this article we detail exactly the differences between the two, including, uses and practicality.
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Watsonville “Flouride Free” Tap Water

For almost 10 years there was a battle between state health officials who wanted to add fluoride to the water in Watsonville. Their intention was fluoride drinking water to improve oral health, but Watsonville city leaders opposed to it. This battle ended Thursday.
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Fluoride In Drinking Water

This article looks at the topic of the positive and negative aspects of fluoridated water in Canada. After a recent vote at a council meeting provided just a slim victory for the case for fluoridation, the topic seems to have attracted renewed interest from a range of health professionals.
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Help Protect Our Water Supply

The Long Island Water Conference reminds all Long Island residents that while Long Island benefits from abundant access to clean water in the form of deep, underground aquifers, it is important to take measures to protect that resource from pollution and contamination.
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Demanding Clean Drinking Water

There’s a town in New Mexico you’ve probably never heard of; Carnuel. Residents of Carnuel, N.M. are claiming that the tap water in their community is dangerous and unsafe for consumption.
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Protecting Rural Water Supplies

Protecting rural water supplies is a key environmental challenge for the twenty first century. Clean water is a necessity to all of us. The need to develop a source water plan is a top priority for governments on the national and local levels.
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Arsenic Water Filters

We’ve all heard about arsenic. It’s a major cause of kidney diseases. Yet, it has been found in 7 brands of bottled water. Guess what? Reverse Osmosis can remove arsenic! And their are many arsenic filters out there to get your water safe. The Safe limit of arsenic in water is 10ppb. Arsenic Water Filters Continued »

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Nitrate Water Filters

UPDATE: Nitrate Removal from Water

Nitrate Water Filters utilize white bead anion resin to remove nitrates from water. In most cases, it’s practical that the levels of Nitrate should not exceed 10 mg/L. When calculating capacity, to determine which type of Nitrate Water Filters is needed, competing ions should be accounted for.

A Technical Data Sheet

The EPA limit on nitrates in potable water supplies is 10 ppm as N, or 44.3 ppm as NO3, or 35.7 ppm as aCO3.

When operated in the chloride cycle (sodium chloride regeneration), the resin will not exchange for CO2 or silica. Recommended service flow rate is 3 to 5 gpm/cu.ft.

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Whirlpool WHCF-WHWC

While the Whirlpool 149010 Water Filter is well known to remove the bad taste of water, some may notice that there’s no specific reason why one shall stick with the original WHCF-WHWC replacement filter, when this can be substituted with other Whirlpool WHCF-WHWC compatiable water filter catridges. Whirlpool WHCF-WHWC Continued »

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TGI Great Tahoe Spring GTS-550-USA Filter Set

Looking for a replacement for GTS-550-USA.

This is the reverse osmosis filter set for the Great Tahoe Spring GTS-550-USA drinking water system. I assume it is from a company TGI or Topway Global, but am told its currently part of Watts. TGI GTS-550 USA set TGI Great Tahoe Spring GTS-550-USA Filter Set Continued »

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