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  • Microbeads from our facial scrubs and cleansers pollute our water.

    Recent research from American engineers and scientists states that tiny microbeads which are used in our exfoliators, scrubs, toothpaste and cleansers might be dangerous to our health, as they accumulate in local waterways after having been flushed down with water. Microbeads are microplastics and fibers...

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  • Water Treatment Independent Expert Advice. Part 3.

    The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Department of Health advise that water suppliers insist on separating the drinking water tap from the softened water taps and pipes in the premises. The Water Quality Regulations 2000 require a  maximum limit of 200 milligrams per litre for...

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  • More Happy Customers for Friendly Water.

    More great reviews from our customers in social media, and more than 500 positive Check-a-Trade customer reviews! We are happy to announce that Friendly Water has reached a benchmark of more than 500 great customer reviews on Checkatrade - the biggest and most reputable directory of...

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  • The world is running out of water.

    United Nations (UN) states that the growing demand for water, as populations around the world grow, and the global warming climate – will lead to demand for water exceeding supply by 40% by 2030 - writes MoneyWeek this month. Basically, half of the world&rsquo...

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  • Lake water in Britain may cause dementia.

    Colonies of toxic algae found in freshwater lakes could pose a threat to drinking water. According to the latest study conducted by the experts from the University of Nottingham and McGill University of Canada, poisonous algae found in Britain’s lakes may contain bacteria...

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  • Fluoride in drinking water may cause thyroid problems

    Concentration of fluoride in our drinking water above certain level is linked to 30% increase in cases of thyroid problems, the latest research concludes, conducted by the scientists of the University of Kent at the Centre for Health Services Studies. ondition...

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  • Water Treatment Independent Expert Advice. Part 2.

    Water Softener Installation Guidance. Important information about the Supply Pressure and Plumbing Route. Before you install a water softener, you should contact the local water supplier for information about the normal operating pressure for a supply area, to make sure the pressure is neither too...

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  • Water Treatment Independent Expert Advice. Part 1.

    Water Softener Installation Guidance. Location of Your Water Softener. Water softeners can be installed in a variety of places: Kitchen, Utility room, Garage or outside. However, there are several vital conditions that must be met when installing a water softener: Proper location of the softener...

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  • Festive fat can cause flooding in your home.

    Get a free fat trap this year when buying your Christmas turkey or roast! Every Christmas season thousands of homes and businesses around the country suffer from sewer blockages because people pour cooking fat, grease and oil down their kitchen sinks, leading to floods which...

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  • How your postcode can affect the way you look

    According to the Daily Mail research, where you live can affect the way you look! For example, if you suffer frizzy or dull hair, dry skin, eczema and psoriasis, it could be down to the fact that you live in a hard water...

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