Reverse Osmosis

What Are the Benefits of Reverse Osmosis?

October 9, 2018

So you’ve heard about this reverse osmosis (RO) water filtering system, but how can it help you? Turns out, reverse osmosis has a wide variety of benefits that could change the way your home and family use water. Below, we’ve put together a comprehensive list of the benefits of reverse  Read more »

Tax Returns and Water Softeners

February 4, 2017

It’s that time of the year… tax season! Tax season tends to make us all a little stressed because there is so much substance to taxes and what can and cannot be deducted. We did some research to see what in our industry may be useful for you and we  Read more »

ExxonMobil Uses Reverse Osmosis

November 2, 2016

It’s not just homeowners with water filtration systems who rely on reverse osmosis but it’s also companies such as ExxonMobil. A few weeks ago, ExxonMobil announced they discovered a breakthrough to help reduce energy and emissions that is required for plastics production. The reverse osmosis process used by ExxonMobil uses  Read more »

The Benefits of Reverse Osmosis

September 2, 2016

All the talk these days in the water industry is about the breakthrough discovery of reverse osmosis. We agree that it’s worth all the chatter as reverse osmosis has a lot of benefits that result in clean water. Hague Water created the H6500 R.O. system that makes the reverse osmosis  Read more »

Major U.S Cities Rely on Reverse Osmosis

August 31, 2016

It may not make our daily news but water crises happen often across America. Major cities turn to one of the best ways to make sure their citizens get clean water and that is with reverse osmosis. These cities, like Hague Water, count on a method of purifying water to  Read more »

Understanding Reverse Osmosis

February 26, 2015

Reverse osmosis may appear to be a complicated process but in reality it’s fairly simple. Taking a close look at Hague Water’s H6500 RO, pressure sends a solution through a membrane while allowing the water to pass to the other side. The leftover contaminants are then flushed out of the  Read more »