Industry News

Clearer Water With PolyGlu

Posted By: ADMIN, 17 July 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: PolyGlu, Poly Glu, Dirt, Sediment, Illness, Diarrhoea, Somalia, Nippon Poly Glu Co., Japan Water
PolyGlu is a coagulant made from fermented soybeans which sticks to dirt in water and makes it sink to the bottom. Videos of this product in action are quite amazing, the speed at which it works is impressive, transforming murky, brown water into clear water in less than a minute. Of course, just because the water is clear, it does not mean that it is safe to drink without further treatment / filtering...
Industry News

Pesticides in Drinking Water

Posted By: ADMIN, 11 April 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Pesticides, Drinking Water, Impurities, University of Iowa, Activated Carbon, Carbon Filter, filter
We are all aware that there can be a lot of impurities in our tap water, despite the fact that this water has already been treated at water authorities. For the majority of us in the UK our water is treated with chlorine, which is a disinfectant, to keep the water safe to drink as it travels down pipes to our taps. In some areas, chloramine is used instead of chlorine...
Industry News

Water Saving Week 2017

Posted By: ADMIN, 21 March 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Water Saving Week, World Water Day, Waterwise, water, Save Water, Future,
This week is Water Saving Week 2017, the third annual event and coincides with World Water Day. There has never been a better time to give more thought to how we use water and how much we use. Chances are, if you are reading this, you probably have access to a supply of clean, constant water that is safe to drink and it most likely, doesn't cross your mind that one day, you may not have it...
Industry News

Improve Your Coffee

Posted By: ADMIN, 08 February 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Coffee, water, Minerals, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, tablets, dissolve, Third Wave Water
Have you ever wondered why your coffee tastes different when you are at a friends house? Ever noticed that even though it's the same coffee you have at home, it's just not the same? Well it's most likely down to the water being used. The taste can be affected by a number of things, from recent rainfall to soil type. These things can dramatically change the taste of your cuppa...
Industry News

Cold Water Better Than Hot Water?

Posted By: ADMIN, 10 January 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Cold Water, Hot Water, Ice Bath, Katherine Hepburn, Calories, Hair, Skin, Chlorine
Do you prefer your water room temperature or ice cold?   Whichever way you prefer your water, there can be some benefits from having ice cold water on tap, not just drinking water too!   If you can stand it, a cold shower can help you burn calories more quickly. This is because when your body gets in contact with cold water it starts working harder to bring your temperature back to normal...

utrkw_fl