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What are the differences between various kinds of bottled water?

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Water that is classified as “bottled water” or “drinking water” is regulated by Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to maintain certain standards. According to Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, for a product to be considered “bottled water,” it cannot contain sweeteners or chemical additives, and must be calorie-free and

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What is Reverse Osmosis (RO)?

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RO is the process by which water molecules are forced through a semi-permeable membrane under pressure. The membrane filters out any impurities smaller than one micron. Reverse osmosis systems filter water for a variety of applications, including homes, commercial sites such as restaurants and hotels, breweries, car washes, and even the space shuttle! Household RO

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Will softened water affect my lawn or garden?

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For outside use on lawns or gardens, using softened water is wasteful. Where the concentration of hardness minerals is high, the sodium content after softening may be high enough to retard plant growth and harm grass. This is especially true in climates where rainfall is scarce. Areas that receive regular rain are not as sensitive

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Are there harmful effects of water softener discharges on household septic tanks?

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According to the Canadian Water Quality Association, water softener regeneration discharges do not pose a problem to septic systems or to the leach field. Studies have shown that water softener regeneration waste does not interfere with the septic tank system drain field soil percolation and can actually improve soil percolation, particularly in fine-textured soils.

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What questions should I ask when I have decided on a solution?

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Choosing the water quality improvement system that is right for you and your family does not have to be a chore. Here are some things to take into consideration before purchasing a water treatment system. Is installation included in the price? Does installation include such things as a bypass for lawn and garden faucets, a

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What should I consider before buying a water treatment solution?

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Here are some helpful considerations you may want to take into account before purchasing a water treatment system. How hard is your water? Having your water tested will help you determine your exact needs, even though you may already know you have one or more water problems. So do you have hard water? Find out

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Explain how the product works in laymen’s terms.

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The water is generally pre treated with an oxidizer and then passed through our mass transfer tank which separates contaminates from the water to allow the filters to do a more efficient job in removing solids. Our mass transfer tank is developed by us and allows the use micron filtration technology by increasing the usable

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What is the lifespan of the product?

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As long as regular maintenance is preformed our service life for the filtration equipment is about 25 years or longer. The filtration life cycle is reset at every filter change making for long equipment life. The design of the equipment makes for a durable, simple functioning unit that incorporates and a very low amount of

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What can your product/company offer us that the competition can’t?

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We offer a unique, environmentally friendly water filtration system that can not be found anywhere else. Our superior product has no back wash or waste water while still providing better quality then what is on the market. Our product is easy to maintain while being cost effective. The units are very serviceable and adaptable to

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