What is ORP? ORP stands for Oxidation Reduction Potential or Redox. It is the activity or strength of oxidizers and reducers in relation to their concentration in water. It is not (like pH) a measurement of concentration, rather of activity level. Different meters are available to measure the ORP in your water. ORP is measured […]
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If you have used your elements: If you have used your elements, you should fully dry them before storing. The best option is to leave them on a window sill for several days and allow them to air-dry. The key is to ensure they are bone-dry before storing them, to prevent any potential bacterial growth. […]
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A boil water advisory that was put in place after a power and water outage on Saturday continues for a section of Atlanta – and now officials believe it will impact 17 Georgia schools.
The brown water that flowed from taps in Lakeside Monday and Tuesday has now turned green, according to residents.
Vermont, New Hampshire and New York expand efforts to find out how much of a potentially toxic chemical is in drinking water.
The Berkey Shower Filter does not remove lead or heavy metals. It does reduce free chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, scale and iron oxide (rust water) and eliminates dirt and odors. It also effectively reduces damage to hair and skin.
Well waters users recently have been testing their wells, after worrisome reports in municipal water elsewhere.
In Williamson County, a high amount of trihalomethanes have been discovered in city’s municipal tap.