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It’s that time of the year when we all start to get notices to conserve water. With the warmer seasons approaching we enter a time of potential drought and water scarcity. Although some regions are at higher risk for water scarcity than others, we should all take the proper precautions to conserve water. Hague Water… Read more »

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There is a common myth that water is water and that all water is the same. This is not true! Not many people know that there are three different types of water. Utility grade water, working grade water and drinking water are the three different types. It makes total sense! Besides, we want the water… Read more »

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You’ve got the rotten egg smell under control, now you just need to do something about the iron. Remember the blog post about yellow stains being left in your toilet bowls or bottom of your bathtubs? The culprit is iron… well technically the culprit is Fe2023 but we won’t get technical. When picking up salt for… Read more »

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A new study suggests that pumping a large amount of groundwater for irrigation in California’s agriculture belt can increase the risk of small earthquakes. There have been reports of immoderate pumping of groundwater in San Andreas Fault. Findings were released on Wednesday by the journal, Nature. GPS readings discovered areas of the San Joaquin Valley… Read more »

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Did you know that many of our beverages have a pH measure in them? It is true! The pH stands for Potential of Hydrogen. pH is the measure of acidity in substances. Apple juice, coffee and milk all have a pH level. In fact, our stomachs even have a pH level, level 2 pH. We… Read more »

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Have you ever seen a water tower and wondered if there was water inside the tower or if people still use water towers? Every city has a water tower but does every city use their water tower? Those are the questions we face when it comes to water towers. To begin with, people still use… Read more »

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Treating water has been around for a very long time. In fact, water treatment dates back to 2000 BC. We knows this because the ancient Greek and Sanskrit (India) writings indicate that the use of heating water to help clean it. The know how to strain the water to remove sand and other granule materials…. Read more »

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Do you see yellow stains in the bottom of your toilet bowl or the bottom your bath tub? You may be a victim of high iron in your water. What you are seeing is the rust from the iron overload. What to do? If you are looking for a home remedy and Google, “rust and… Read more »