H2O Distributors is having a sale on almost all of our drinking water faucets!
Hard water is the most common problem found in the average home. Hard water happens when calcium, magnesium, lime or other hardness minerals are dissolved in the water supply. This can cause soap to be less effective, such as dishwashers, laundry and showers. Water softeners remove these minerals through an automated process and without adding any sort of chemicals to your water supply.
The Hydrologic Cycle (also called the Water Cycle) is the continuous movement of water in the air, on the surface of and below the Earth. This cycle is the exchange of energy which influences climate. When water condenses, it releases energy and warms the environment. When water evaporates it takes energy from the surrounding environment, dropping temperatures.
The Great Pacific garbage patch is a whirlpool of marine debris, mostly tiny pieces of plastic, in the central North Pacific Ocean. The patch mostly consists of pelagic plastics, formed from plastic bags, plastic water bottles, bottle caps and styrofoam. Plastic does not biodegrade, the sun breaks these down into smaller and smaller pieces through photodegradation, which is why it is so difficult to judge the size of the patches, since these pieces are not visible from satellites or planes.
Water filter cartridges come in varying micron sizes, surfaces and layers. Choosing between these options is dependent on the type of sediment or contaminants that need to filter from the water.
Nutrient pollution affects air and water around the country. Pollutants often enter upstream waters like creeks and streams and then flow into larger water bodies like lakes, rivers and bays. Excess nitrogen and phosphorus can also travel thousands of miles to coastal areas where the effects of the pollution are felt in the form of massive dead zones, such as those in the Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Bay. More than 100,000 miles of rivers and streams, close to 2.5 million acres of lakes, reservoirs and ponds, and more than 800 square miles of bays and estuaries in the United States have poor water quality because of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution.
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Need to filter water but not sure about the differences between or applications of our systems? Use our Water Filter Systems Guide to find out which system is best for your filtration needs.
You may ask "Why choose a bottleless water cooler over a bottled one?" While a bottleless model may require a little more maintenance, like changing the filter cartridges, the benefits more than make up for this. You will save money in the long run with no bottle deliveries to schedule or hassle of changing a 40 lb. bottle with, and the water is made fresh at the point of use. With a bottleless dispenser you have more space as there is no bulky water bottles to store. Bottled water is less regulated by the EPA and FDA than your tap water and may come from unknown sources or even be public water filtered by reverse osmosis you are paying a premium for. By filtering at the source you can guarantee you are getting quality water, saving money, and helping the environment since there is no big delivery truck driving to your home or office. You can use a variety of filtration systems with bottleless water dispensers, such as under sink systems, reverse osmosis systems, and inline filters.
It is recommended that you maintain your water filtration system properly by replacing cartridges when needed (or thoroughly cleaning reusable ones) and sanitizing your system at least once a year. After replacing the cartridges make sure to test your system for any leaks.