water sustainability

CBS 5 – KPHO Reverse osmosis water filters have spiked in popularity as they are among the few systems shown to reduce levels of fluoride in drinking water.  But with great power comes great responsibility, as one Arizona homeowner found out the hardest way possible.  While on vacation, a malfunctioning reverse osmosis system gushed more […]

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Many Hitchcock films, Rope in particular, were unique in that they served the most violent content early.  The balance of the story laid out in these films, while dark, were known more for cleverness and creativity. So let’s take a note from Hitchcock and start with this: the clean water crisis is very real.  Water.org […]

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Water usage is not just a subject near and dear to the heart of the average brewery, it is the heart itself.  And as more of us become home or craft brewers, adhering to sustainable water usage practices will be absolutely critical. This month, craft beer magazine The Growler published its water issue, sharing how […]

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Last night, the WaterFilters.NET team had an outing at Target Field to watch the Minnesota Twins play the Kansas City Royals. To provide context for you, whether you are reading this now or in the future, the Twins entered the game 19 games out of first place, the Royals 10.5.  Our marquee player, Joe Mauer, […]

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