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  • What if I Already Have Soft Water?
    June 16, 2021

    What if I Already Have Soft Water?

    Even though 85% of homes in America have hard water, the other 15% is fortunate enough to have naturally soft water. According to the Harwich Water Department, the following states have the softest water available: Washington, Oregon, Colorado, North Dakota, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New York, and all of the New England states. The lucky residents of those states won’t necessarily need to have a whole house water softener, but they’ll probably still want to filter their drinking water. 

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  • hard water causing bad hair days
    June 9, 2021

    Is Hard Water Causing You To Have a Bad Hair Day?

    If you’ve ever had a bad hair day, then this article is for you. We’ve all had them, sometimes your hair just doesn’t want to participate with what you hand in mind or maybe your hair is just being lazy and lays flat all day. No matter how much you brush, comb, blow dry or add more product, it still isn’t cooperating and that’s probably when you decide it will be a hat day. 
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  • Photo credit: OCWD
    May 6, 2021

    Would You Drink Recycled Waste Water?

    Even though recycled water has gone through a rigorous filtration process, the idea of it can be unsettling to most people. Think about it, during the OCWD treatment process, they have devices to remove solids from the water, this includes fecal matter, animals that may have died in the sewers, and of course paper products such as toilet paper, wipes, and feminine products. 
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  • Boiled Water Vs. Filtered Water
    April 14, 2021

    Boiled Water Vs. Filtered Water

    Unfortunately, boiling water takes time and energy to ensure safe drinking water. Another aspect to consider is that not all microorganisms are killed by the boiling process. Certain factors can interfere with the safety of boiled water as well.
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  • Why it's important to filter water for Hydroponics
    March 31, 2021

    Why it's important to filter water for Hydroponics

    The reason why it’s important to filter water for hydroponics is to get rid of contaminants that are present. These can range from chlorine, chloramines, lead, VOCs, just to name a few. In addition, keeping the water clean and debris-free reduces the risk of disease. When it comes to filtering water for hydroponics, you do have a few choices.
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