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Do You Have Dry Skin? Is It the Weather or Your Water?

By KineticoAdmin, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/do-you-have-dry-skin-is-it-the-weather-or-your-water.aspx With the cold weather upon us, many people will begin to suffer from #DrySkin.  Before spending a fortune on lotions to treat the dry skin, consider ways to prevent dry skin this winter season.  Follow the link below to a great article that explains how your water may be the cause of [...]

Water Contaminant: Lead

By Mark B, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/water-contaminant-lead.aspx You’ve probably already heard that Lead is a toxic metal that you don’t want in your drinking water.  Interestingly, the connection between Lead and water delivery goes back to at least Roman times.   In fact, the Latin word for Lead is plumbum, which gives us the chemical symbol Pb, [...]

What’s in Your City Water Supply? Part 2

By Dan M, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/whats-in-your-city-water-supply-part-2.aspx In my previous blog, I explained how city water is typically treated and posed the question, what is still left in the water after it has gone through the city’s water treatment process? Let’s start with a big concern for some people, bacteria. For the most part, all cities [...]

Standards for Bottled Water vs. Standards for Tap Water

By Ed R, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/standards-for-bottled-water-vs-standards-for-tap-water.aspx “The elephant in the room” is probably one of the most overused phrases in the last several years. It is basically meant to call attention to an impending situation which we know is looming but choose to ignore in the hope that it goes away. A current example of [...]

Beauty Secret…The Missing Link

By Guest Bloggers, click here Want to lose weight, have better skin and hair in the new year?  Drink more water. Water should become your best friend.  It not only does wonders for your looks; it could be the missing link to your weight loss!  In fact, water will make you look younger.  By flushing out all [...]

Great Tasting Holiday Meals Start With Quality Water

By KineticoAdmin, click here Even with modern conveniences such as microwaves, automatic bread makers and convection ovens, cooking can consume a lot of time and effort in the kitchen.  However, a simple solution can make a difference in the taste and appearance of prepared foods-quality water. Most people who own drinking water systems use them strictly [...]

Beauty Secret…The Missing Link

By Guest Bloggers http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/beauty-secretthe-missing-link.aspx Want to lose weight, have better skin and hair in the new year?  Drink more water. Water should become your best friend.  It not only does wonders for your looks; it could be the missing link to your weight loss!  In fact, water will make you look younger.  By flushing out all [...]

The Water Conditions in Ethiopia, Part Two

By Mark B, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/the-water-conditions-in-ethiopia-part-two.aspx While in Ethiopia in August to learn more about what they do about drinking water, I visited the Debre Damo Monastery.  About 1,600 years old, it is situated on a flat-topped outcropping of solid rock. The only way in or out is by climbing a sheer cliff using a 15 [...]

Is drinking water your home’s only water safety concern?

By Keith B, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/is-drinking-water-your-homes-only-water-safety-concern.aspx As water treatment professionals, most of our time is spent thinking about improving the quality of either drinking water or working water. (Working water is water used for cleaning, washing clothes, cars, dishes etc.) For drinking water, we often focus on aesthetics and health concerns, and for working water [...]

The Water Conditions in Ethiopia, Part One

By Mark B, Courtesy of http://www.kinetico.com/blog/post/the-water-conditions-in-ethiopia.aspx In August, I was able to visit northern Ethiopia to look at some of the drinking water issues.  As you might guess, there are many, ranging from polluted water to almost no water at all.  That made it interesting to discover the inhabitants of Adwa and Aksum rely on [...]