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Everyday household activities are a major source of polluted runoff, seriously jeopardizing our groundwater. Every time it rains, extra fertilizer on lawns, oil spilled on driveways, residue from paints and solvents used on walls and decks all end up contaminating our waterways as chemicals.  Even the neighborhood’s pet population can contribute to the problem, when […]

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A New Year: Cleaner Water for a New You

by wfnblog on January 9, 2012


The turning of time to a fresh page on the calendar is an ideal time to reexamine priorities and set new personal goals. If you are considering making improvements in your overall health, a simple step you can take is to drink more water. If your New Year discipline is dieting and exercise, water is […]

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Water Softener Maintenance Matters

by wfnblog on June 23, 2011


Water softeners are one of the most important appliances in any home yet, for any number of reasons, proper maintenance is often neglected.

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In this last installment of How to Choose a Water Filter, we are discussing filtration to the Nth degree.

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In part 7 of the How to Choose a Water Filter series, we will address volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), heavy metals and Arsenic.

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Now that we’ve covered sediment and taste & odor issues it’s time to tackle the more difficult high level contaminants (HLC’s)

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In Part 4 of How to Choose a Water Filter, I left you hanging. What in the world is KDF? KDF (Kinetic Degradation Fluxion) is a high purity copper zinc alloy.

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How to Choose a Water Filter Part 1 of 10

by wfnblog on February 21, 2011


With thousands of water filter products on the market choosing the right water filter for your situation may seem a daunting task.

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Iron in your Water? No Problem!

by wfnblog on February 14, 2011


Iron bearing water can be a very complex problem, but armed with some basic knowledge it can be fixed.

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Water Emergency Readiness Tips

by wfnblog on January 17, 2011


With modern technology providing a constant supply of water to nearly every home in the U.S., it’s easy to fail to prepare for the rare water emergency.

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