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Everything you Need to Know about Harvesting Rainwater

In some regions all over the globe, rainwater is their primary source of water. It is collected to supply the population’s needs and is referred to as rainwater harvesting. Moreover, this practice is gaining popularity across the globe and is presently applied in industrial and agricultural facilities, and even in homes. All About Rainwater Harvesting …

Viruses in Drinking Water

Waterborne viruses affect many people every year, especially those who drink untreated water. According to WHO (World Health Organization), billions of people use dirty water as a drinking source. Viruses get mixed with water when it is polluted by human or animal feces or urine. A damaged sewage system, contaminated stormwater, and floods increase the …

Is it Safe to Drink Distilled Water?

Pharmacies and laboratories choose distilled water because it is pure. Distilling can remove almost all chemicals, bacteria, and inorganics found in water. However, drinking distilled water is still a debatable topic since it lacks scientific studies. That is because essential minerals, such as sodium, magnesium, and calcium, are eliminated from the water together with contaminants. …

All About Ozone Treatment

Ozone is natural gas found in our atmosphere and is a potent oxidizer. In the planet’s atmosphere, ozone protects us from ultraviolet rays and radiation. Here on the earth’s surface, it plays a role in cleaning water through ozone treatment. You can apply ozone treatment at home and commercially. More About Ozone Treatment Ozone treatment …

How to Eliminate Man-Made Chemicals from Water

PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) are artificial chemicals formed by fluorine and carbon, a strong bond. PFAS are stable when in water and are difficult to break. According to ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry), PFAS can stay in the body for more than four years. PFAS were made in 1940 as oil, …

Reverse Osmosis: What it is and How it Works

Reverse osmosis takes away contaminants from impure water with the help of a semipermeable barrier. Water will flow from a more concentrated area to a less concentrated area to supply clean water through osmosis. A semipermeable barrier is composed of tiny pores that barricade contaminants yet still allowing water to pass through. In reverse osmosis, …