Recent Posts in Water Treatment Category

  • Water Treatment & the City of Columbus

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    27 Jan. 2016

    Do you ever wonder where your drinking water comes from? You may already be familiar with the water cycle- the process that takes water from the oceans to the clouds to the ground and back again. Cities "plug" into this natural cycle and collect ground and service water that we can eventually use. Water, Water, Everywhere There's a lot of water on the planet, but less than 1% of it ...
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  • Why a Water Treatment System Is the Gift that Keeps on Giving

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    4 Dec. 2015

    We generally associate water treatment systems with well water and rural homes, but the truth is everyone can benefit from a water treatment system. The advantages are tangible - especially during the winter season when you and your family may be experiencing dry, itchy skin from the water in your home. This holiday, consider these advantages when you're thinking about investing in a water ...
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  • Chlorine Testing: An Explanation of Common Testing Methods

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    17 Sep. 2015

    Usually, we don't consider the chemicals in our drinking water; however, every compound added through your city's water treatment process has a specific purpose. Chlorine is one of the most common chemicals applied to our water. So, why is it in there in the first place? Chlorine is added as a disinfectant. It eliminates bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Chlorine content must be high ...
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  • Getting Rid of Water Heater Odors

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    28 Jul. 2015

    The smell of rotting eggs or another unpleasant scent coming from your faucets can be startling. The good news is it's a common problem that can typically be easily fixed. Odors are caused by the buildup of bacteria somewhere in the water lines. If left unattended, however, the bacteria causing the smell can start to affect your health. Start troubleshooting your system as soon as you smell ...
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  • How Pure Is the Water in Your Home?

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    26 Mar. 2014

    Do you know how pure the water in your home is? Unfortunately, the water you use each day to drink, shower, and cook has the potential for contaminants, from bacteria and sulfur to lead and iron. The only way to be sure that your home's water is pure is through testing. Read on to learn more about common water contaminants, knowing when to test the water in your home, and how you can easily ...
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  • Tips to Conserving Water in The Home

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    5 Mar. 2014

    Water is the earth's most precious resource as man cannot reproduce it, and it's essential for survival. In your home, conserving water helps reduce utility expenses while preserving this precious natural resource. If you're considering the best ways to conserve water in your home, take a look at these nine tips to save water and money. Use a Dishwasher Dishwashers use significantly ...
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  • Benefits of Having a Water Treatment System

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    30 Oct. 2013

    Unfortunately, the water in your home is not always ideal for drinking, washing, or cleaning. This is due to hard water, a common problem that can leave your clothes dingy and hair and skin feeling unclean. However, there is a solution to hard water. Using a water treatment system, you can vastly improve the quality of water in your home. There are many benefits to water treatment systems, most ...
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