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How Reverse Osmosis Systems Work: What You Need to Know

Although 80 percent of our planet is covered in it, water is a worldwide commodity. Only about three percent of the worldwide water is freshwater, while the other 77 percent is saltwater. Water is crucial to our wellbeing. We require it to live happy, healthy lives. Without it, society as a whole would crumble. As

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How Our Water is Cleaned for Human Consumption 

The many lakes and rivers in the United States are responsible for providing the vast majority of our water. Without these great bodies, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy and consume the water we use on a daily basis. Our water is indispensable and yet, many of us might not think about where our water

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Water: How Much You Use Daily & How To Conserve

Americans use a lot of water. Estimates vary, but the average person in the United States uses 80-100 gallons per day in their home. Texas is on the upper end of that spectrum, landing at an average of 93 gallons per person per day. Water is one of the most important resources we have, but

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How Poor Water Quality Hurts You

Perhaps the most basic aspect of our existence is the need for water. Water provides a basis for nearly all life, and people are no exception. However, not all water is created equal. Millions of Americans don’t have access to clean drinking water, a devastating problem in the richest country on Earth.  Often, people aren’t

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The “Hard Truth” About Hard Water

If you live in the US, especially the Southwest, you’ve likely come across hard water. No, it isn’t physically hard—it’s called hard water because of the mineral concentration in it. The two minerals that most make up hard water are calcium and magnesium, but a variety of minerals that can make water hard.  Calcium and

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