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  • Filtering lead out of water

    The two most common ways to remove lead from drinking water are ion exchange and reverse osmosis How to filter lead

  • Time For A Filter Change?

    After about six months, the filter on the Powered Water Filtration System will need to be replaced. Watch this video to show you how easy it is to change the filter. Changing water filters

  • Filtration On The Go

    I detest buying bottles of water, but refuse to drink unfiltered water. Yesterday I got the chance to put my new Aquasana Filtered Water Bottle to the travel-test. Testing the filter bottle

  • Water 101: Types of Water

    In the water business, we often have conversations that stem from the question: "What filter should I get?" The answer really starts with a discussion about water. Many times we need to talk about the different types of water out there. The types of water

  • 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

  • Demystifying Refrigerator Water Filters

    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

  • 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

  • Hard Water 101

    Hard water isn't always bad -- it can help prevent disease and strengthen your intake of daily-recommended minerals -- but it can have devastating effects on plumbing, water heaters, washers, and other appliances. 5 Simple Hard Water Solutions

  • Meet the Contaminant: E. coli

    Escherichia coli (E. coli) is a bacterium that lives in the digestive tracts of healthy people and animals. Most types of E. coli are pretty harmless, but this bacterium should not be taken lightly, as it can cause severe damage to your body. What is Escherichia coli?

  • Is Your Tap Water Safe?

    The EPA regulates over 90 contaminants found in our drinking water, but there are others that remain: pesticides, pharmaceuticals, disinfection byproducts, waterborne pathogens, and biological toxins. Unregulated contaminants in tap water

  • Bottle Battle - Bottling Your Own Water

    Water bottle options are staggering. To help make the decision a little easier, here are Aquasana's top picks. Glass v plastic v stainless steel

  • Why Fluoride is So Hard to Remove from Water

    The OptimH2O reduces more contaminants than the competition including fluoride, perchlorate, lead, mercury and chromium, nitrates and other harmful contaminants from drinking water. The Development of a RO System

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