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Is the water you are drinking safe?

Pollution is everyone’s concern – be it air pollution, Noise pollution or Water pollution. Technology has no doubt offered us a lot in terms of modernization but in that zest of modernization we have exploited out natural resources to great extent. In this blog we will talk about the problem of water pollution in United […]

Why Drink More Water?

We often hear that you need to drink more water. But did you know if you drink more water, it may help you to lose weight? Learn more about why you need more water and some easy ways to get it so that you can stay on your diet and lose weight faster. Why Drink More Water? […]

Interesting facts about water

Fascinating facts about water: Only 1,1% of the water on earth is suitable for drinking as is. Our bodies consist of 55 – 75% water. Depression and fatigue can often be symptoms of dehydration. It is healthy to drink water with meals, as it aids the process of digestion. The best way of getting rid of water […]

10 Benefits of Drinking Clean Safe Water

We can all agree that the benefits of drinking water is fairly obvious. You simply couldn’t survive without it. That should be enough to encourage you to stay hydrated, right? Of course, it’s also interesting to discover how good old H2O fuels so many of the processes that get your body through the day. We’ll leave it […]

Drinking water Filtration Spectrum

There’s a lot of attention being given to water availability and purity, with good reason. Obtaining enough water is a struggle in some areas. In others, water is tainted with contaminants. It is therefore predictable that regulations and economics will force careful water treatment and stress water re-use. Fortunately, there are water treatment methods that […]

Drink water, drinking water is good when it is clean drinking water

The goal of water treatment is to reduce or remove all contaminants that are present in the water. No water, irrespective of the original source, should be assumed to be completely free of contaminants. The most common process used for treatment of surface water and ground water consists of sedimentation, coagulation, filtration, disinfection, conditioning, softening, […]