Articles tagged contaminants

  • Drinking The Best Water When Dining Out

    You would be surprised how many restaurants have invested in filtration services: Water goes into beverages, soups, foods, even desserts. Treated city water contains contaminants like chlorine. Nothing tastes better with chlorine. Restaurants with Filtered Water

  • Water 101: Is My Refrigerator Filter Enough?

    It depends on your standard of "good enough". Although it's better than nothing, chances are your fridge filter leaves something to be desired. Refrigerator Water Filters

  • Drinking In the Competition

    We recently launched a filter bottle. This started as a Kickstarter project with a simple goal: a bottle that could reduce lead, chlorine, cysts, and bacteria found in water. Filtered Water Bottle

  • Cool Weather Maintenance Tips for Safe Water

    Autumn and Winter are beautiful times of year – especially in the country. Embrace it. And be sure to let the sight of the changing colors remind you of what is out of sight – your water supply. Well Water Warning

  • Watering Down Holiday Safety

    To help you avoid some common holiday safety pitfalls, our friends at Viqua have prepared a list of water related tips to ensure you have a happy and safe holiday season. Keep Calm and Drink On

  • Meet The Contaminant: Chloramine

    All city-run water treatment plants use chlorine to treat water to make it safe to drink. Some cities, including Austin, Texas, the one we are based in, use something called chloramine, a combination of chlorine and ammonia. Filtering Chloramine

  • Partnering with the Hong Kong Housing Authority

    Recently, Aquasana was approached to take part in a partnership halfway across the world. The Hong Kong Housing Authority uncovered dangerous levels of lead in tap water of some of their developments. Lead in tap water

  • Water 101: Reverse Osmosis vs. Selective Filtration

    Although both are effective at removing contaminants, the filtration processes are different and there are things to know before making your final purchase. RO vs selective filtration

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