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  • Coronavirus COVID-19 and the Safety of Drinking Water

    Coronavirus COVID-19 and the Safety of Drinking Water

    As the pandemic of COVID-19 respiratory virus is spreading around the globe, we ask if our water is safe. It is becoming more important than ever that the water we use in our homes is clean and free of harmful bacteria and elements. The...

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  • Clean and safe drinking  water in Europe. Tap water in Europe will now be safe to drink.

    Clean and safe drinking water in Europe. Tap water in Europe will now be safe to drink.

    New higher standards for tap water quality have been approved by the EU Council. Drinking water will now be safe to drink across all the EU countries. The European Council has recently approved the provisional measures to update the quality standards for drinking water, to...

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  • Can drinking hard water affect your health?

    Can drinking hard water affect your health?

    A lot of information about the negative ways in which hard water affects your clothing, hair, skin, and plumbing system exists. It stands to reason that you might wonder what hard water does to your health. Here's a look at hard water and what...

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  • 5% of bladder cancer cases in Europe are caused by tap water.

    According to the latest research, the chemicals called trihalomethanes, found in tap water, are linked to a lot of cancer cases in Europe, and that includes using tap water in all usual ways: for drinking, showering and bathing. The amount of trihalomethanes found in the...

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  • Microplastics in our Drinking Water

    The latest UN report reveals we are all drinking microplastics in water, and these bacteria may carry bacteria into our bodies. According to the latest report from the World Health Organisation, there has been very little research done to date, that has looked at...

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  • New Water Testing Technology Uses Smartphones to Detect Pathogens in Water

    Water testing technology from the University of Houston makes it possible for smartphone users to test drinking water for pathogens. This could help everyday citizens identify potentially deadly water sources, but it could also help keep entire communities healthy. And it could do all that...

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  • Some recent research about the bottled water industry

    Recent findings about the quality of bottled water. Inspection reports from the Canadian bottled water industry reveal consumers have made some very interesting complaints in recent years. Some of these complaints included foul smells, off tastes, and contaminants. Shockingly, the national news agency, that reported...

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  • The Reasons Why Maintaining Your Home Water Filter Matters

    The Reasons Why Maintaining Your Home Water Filter Matters

    Due to different human activities, the groundwater that enters your water pipes is likely to be polluted by many contaminants. Well-designed water filters that use a combination of chemical and physical filtration can remove most of the pollutants in the water and provide you with...

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  • Water Softeners vs. Water Softener Packets

    Water Softeners vs. Water Softener Packets

    Hard water can damage appliances, pipes in your home, and your health. The numerous problems that are caused by hard water make softening your hard water a necessity. Water softener packets are alternatives to using a water softener. Let us take a look at...

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  • The Burdens of Hard Water in Cleaning the House

    The Burdens of Hard Water in Cleaning the House

    Cleaning the house should not be a burden. There's no sense in spending long hours scrubbing on tiles and sinks, as well as redoing the cleaning of dishes and laundry to make them spotless. It's also not sensible to spend on extra costs...

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COVID-19 UPDATE: We are still accepting inquiries, but will only be able to process them once the government restrictions are lifted. We hope to be able to resume normal service on the week commencing the 20th of April 2020, while continuing to ensure our workers maintain social distancing and follow any new guidelines in place.