The average person needs to consume at least 8 cups of water per day. And more than half of all respondents to a survey by the International Bottled Water Association indicated they keep a bottle of water by their desk or in their car for daily consumption. Given the prevalence of plastic water bottles, it’s […]READ THIS POST
7 Perks To Help You Get Your Employees Back To The Office
Getting back to the office after a prolonged period of working remotely can be awkward and stressful for employees, making them hesitant to return on-site. If your company is looking to convince employees to come back to the office, whether full-time or hybrid set-up, it’s important to understand where your employees need support for a […]READ THIS POST
Can Water Go Bad? Here’s How To Spot Contaminated Water
You might not think it’s possible, but water can go bad. Contaminated drinking water is caused by different culprits—from polluted surface water sources, and bacteria, to human error. If you suspect that your water has gone bad, there are several signs of contaminated water you should watch out for. It’s important to take precautions […]READ THIS POST
The Truth That Plastic Water Bottle Companies Dont Tell You
The world is facing a crisis with plastic. We’re now finding more and more plastic in our water, soil and even the air we breathe. The problem has reached such epic proportions that there is even an international day devoted to discussing how we can reduce the amount of plastic waste we produce. As awareness […]READ THIS POST
Which Is Better: Tap Water or Water Delivery Services?
Do you trust the tap water in your community, or are you concerned about lead or other contaminants? If you’re looking for an affordable way to stay hydrated, a home water delivery service might be a great solution for you. Water delivery services may also be a good option if you live in an apartment […]READ THIS POST
How Well Do Water Purifiers Work?
Purifying water to make it safe for drinking and other uses is just as important as finding that water in the first place when it comes to prepping for natural disasters or long-term emergencies. Without potable water, you and your family can’t survive for long regardless of how well stocked your emergency food supply is. […]READ THIS POST
Where Does Your Drinking Water Come From? Is It Safe?
You drink water daily, but do you know where your drinking water comes from? If you fill up your cup from the tap, you are likely drinking water from a public water system supplied by a lake, river, or aquifer. Since water makes up over 60% of your body, it’s pretty important that you have […]READ THIS POST
Best and Safest Ways to Store Water for Drinking or Cooking
Are you looking for new and creative ways to access fresh drinking and cooking water for your home? Or are you curious about storing water for an emergency? It is so important to make sure you drink safe water free of contaminants that can make you sick. Whether you want to invest in a water […]READ THIS POST
Is Fluoride in Drinking Water? How Much of It is Safe?
When you go to the dentist, you might get a fluoride treatment to help strengthen tooth enamel and prevent decay. People at a higher risk for cavities and tooth decay can benefit from additional fluoride protection, especially among adults. But did you know fluoride can also be found in your drinking water? In fact, in […]READ THIS POST
The Environmental Impact of Switching to a Glass Water Bottle
Next time you go to the store, skip the aisle with all the plastic water bottles. While they might be advertised as recyclable and the price can be enticing, spending money on plastic water bottles can negatively impact the environment in a big way. Disposable plastic water bottles often end up in the garbage […]READ THIS POST