Articles tagged drinking-water

  • 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

  • Start Spreading The News

    When you have a new product (and an awesome one at that) you need to build some excitement around it. So, we brought our newest star, the Aquasana filter bottle, on a six-stop media tour with editors at top national health, fitness and beauty magazines. Aquasana filter bottle

  • 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

  • Healthy Hydration

    Staying hydrated lets your body circulate blood more freely, allowing flu-and-cold-fighting white blood cells better fight off viruses. Drink Up to Prevent Colds and Flu

  • 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

  • How Much Water Should I Drink?

    Of course you’re aware that water is essential to life, but like most people, you’re probably wonder how much water you really need to drink each day. A Guide to Proper Hydration

  • Breaking the Bottled Water Habit

    If your family uses a lot of bottled water, you are well aware of the costs. You may also be aware that bottled water is often full of water contamination and that the bottles represent a serious environmental problem. It is. Bottle your own water!

  • Thirsting for Knowledge

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    Fluids -- which include water and all other consumable products that contain water -- are essential to staying alive because your (adult) body is about 60 - 65% water, and incapable of producing its own water. Crying for water

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