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How Will My Holiday Meals Taste Better with Clean Water?

The holiday season is upon us, and that means it is time to start inviting family and friends to our holiday get-togethers and deciding what food we are going to serve (even if our tables are a little more social distanced than past years). Many of our favorite holiday menu items rely on water for [...]

Four Fascinating Thanksgiving Water Facts

As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, Americans are busy preparing the perfect feast and deciding who to include on their guest list. While turkey and football will always be the main stars of the show, many people may not realize that water also plays a key part in the annual Turkey Day festivities. These fascinating water facts [...]

How to Remove Sulfur from Water

If your drinking water smells like rotten eggs, you may have sulfur in your water. Technically, the chemical compound that causes “rotten-egg” smell is a flammable, colorless, and extremely hazardous gas – hydrogen sulfide. How sulfur ends up in well water? Sulfate and hydrogen sulfide are two forms of sulfur that are commonly found in [...]

How Hard is Your Water, And Why Does It Matter?

What Makes Water "Hard?" Your water is hard when it has minerals dissolved in it. Usually, these minerals are a combination of Calcium and Magnesium.  An old way of describing how much hardness there is is to use "grains per gallon."  If you had five grains per gallon (gpg) and pulled out all the minerals, [...]

Tech-Assisted Water Conservation Empowers New Generation

By Guest Bloggers, http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/tech-assisted-water-conservation-empowers-new-generation-to-help1.aspx Global Water Crisis There can be an overwhelming sense of helplessness when it comes to our global water crisis.  I know a couple who recently got back from Las Vegas.  The husband chuckled at his wife who was obsessed with keeping all the lights off in their room when they were [...]

Is Your Water the Best It Can Be?

Why You Should Test Your Water Supply Contamination Concerns It seems that everyday there is a new story about public water systems being contaminated with hazardous materials of one sort or another.  The state of our country's infrastructure is crumbling due to age, overuse, and lack of maintenance.  Even folks with private water wells are at risk [...]

Drink More Water!

By Diana M The other day, I deceived myself into thinking that I could kick my brain into high gear with caffeine.  I thought I could concoct a home blend of high test mocha java honey goodness, drink it down and all the magic would happen.  Once my senses were ramped up, I'd be totally [...]

WQA in the News

By Diana M, http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/wqa-in-the-news.aspx Water Supply Safety By now we are certain you have read headlines regarding some US water supplies.  Perhaps some of these headlines are hitting close to your home. It is not our intent to belabor these headlines or to frighten anyone with news headlines.  However, we do feel that it is [...]

Frozen Water Worries When You Live In the Snowbelt

By Brian L, http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/frozen-water-worries-when-you-live-in-the-snowbelt.aspx I've always found that when I have not been drinking enough water I start to get a headache.  And this winter has proven to me that an overabundance of water can generate headaches as well, but they are of a different sort.  We live in northern Ohio, south of Lake Erie [...]

Lead in Drinking Water – Another Reason for Point Of Use Water Treatment

By KineticoAdmin Courtesy of  Kinetico http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/lead-in-drinking-water-another-reason-for-final-barrier-pou-water-treatment.aspx There is much coverage in all the media lately regarding lead in the water in Flint, Michigan and now in Sebring, Ohio.  We can also remember the same issue in Washington DC about 12 years ago.  According to the Mayo Clinic's website Lead poisoning is a serious subject and [...]