Posts Tagged “water testing blog”

Discount Code TURKEY2014 Saves You 10% Off Your Water Test Kit Order

By | November 27, 2014

To all our fellow residents of the United States we wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving! To everyone else we say, um, well, Happy Thursday the 27th of November! Regardless of where you live, take 10% off your entire water test kit order with discount code TURKEY2014 from now until the end of the month […]

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Are You Drinking Enough Water?

By | October 31, 2013

Drinking a healthy amount of clean water each day helps stave off negative health effects of dehydration and may, if done right, also help to reduce a person’s daily caloric intake, as well. Austin Springs Glass Water Bottles Some negative effects of not enough water in a person’s diet include developing of excess body fat, […]

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Important Information About Listeria

By | October 31, 2013

Ordinarily we discuss contaminants that affect water supplies but today, in light of the recent recall of around 22,000 pounds of meat as a result of possible Listeria contamination, we decided to digress a talk a bit about Listeria. Hey, if the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) says millions of people each year in the […]

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Hydrogen Sulfide or Methane in Well Water

By | October 30, 2013

recently we received a request from ‘Nick’ regarding hydrogen sulfide and methane in his well water. Nick asked, “My 316′ water well has started producing gas along with water. My guess is that it is either methane or hydrogen sulfide. I have purchased your HS test online and wonder if you test for methane.” Hydrogen […]

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Untrained Contract Labor Cleaning Up Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Site?

By | October 25, 2013

Just when WE thought things could not get WORSE at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power station in Japan, we read an article that mentioned the following unsettling circumstances at the site: The job of cleaning up the radioactive mess at Fukushima has found its way into the hands not of TEPCO (Tokyo Electric) employees, but […]

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Halloween Safety Tips from FroggWear’s Halloween Site

By | October 25, 2013

Believe it or not, we do not read ONLY about water quality, water testing, and water-related articles and studies. Every great once in a while we branch out and read other stuff and last night we came across an article that gave a list of practical Halloween Safety Tips from the CDC (Centers for Disease […]

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Coca-Cola EKOCENTER Prototype Released in South Africa

By | October 24, 2013

OK, so what does this post have to do with water, especially given the fact that the makers of Coca-Cola have their sticky (sugary) fingers involved somehow? Quite simply, the EKOCENTER kiosks, as their inventors named them, spring forth from a 20-ft shipping container to provide water-poor, impoverished regions of the world with safe, clean […]

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110 Gallons of Radioactive Water Leaked Into the Pacific Ocean

By | October 15, 2013

Bored of news about problems at the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor? Too bad! The bad news just keeps flowing out of that place… in a similar manner to the way in which radioactive water keeps flowing out of that place! DX-1 Personal Radiation MonitorAKA: ‘Geiger Counter’ A (not-so) recent (anymore) report from the contaminated reactor site […]

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Question About Installing Austin Springs Undercounter Water Filter

By | September 27, 2013

Today’s inquiry came to use from ‘Leena’ who had a question about the Austin Springs Undercounter Water Filter. Leena ask, “Hi, I read you use the Austin Springs filters in your showers and in the kitchen. Showers look easy but what about the undercounter model? Was it hard to put in? Thanks, Leena.” Austin SpringsUndercounter […]

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The Water Might Be Holy, But It May Not Be Safe…

By | September 26, 2013

Coliform Bacteria Testfor Drinking Water Ever gone to a church or other religious location and wondered about the hygienic properties of the Holy Water? If not, then we think 99% of the world has not had that thought, either — but some folks in Vienna, Austria recently DID have that thought and, well, yuck! An […]

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