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 a molecular-level filter and form… Read more »

Water softeners remove excess magnesium ions and calcium using an exchange with sodium or potassium ions. The regeneration process takes places after the exchange, which will flush the system of excessive ions. Although water softeners help increase the life of your water heater, it does take a lot of water for the exchange process. Therefore, it’s… Read more »

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 process one of the most… Read more »

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 make sure that the water… Read more »

Hague Quality Water has technology that has proven to be the best in the business. Hague Quality Water has been helping businesses and residents drink pure and clean water since 1960. Hague Quality Water is committed to spending its time and resources only on water treatment. The benefits of purchasing a WaterMax MaxPack by Hague… Read more »

Hague Quality Water is committed to not only educating others about clean water in their homes but also keeping the planet clean. A study conducted by P&G Industries concludes, “The analysis presented here clearly demonstrates that a residential water softener and an under sink RO unit used in a hard water environment will reduce consumption… Read more »

WaterMax is a comprehensive water treatment system that is a multi-compartment tank. WaterMax was created as a whole-house water treatment system in one single unit. The difference between WaterMax and our competitors is that our competitors have multi-unit systems whereas WaterMax is a one unit system that can do the job. The phrase, “work smarter,… Read more »

Hague Water strives to provide clean water for everyone, which is why we offer a free in-home water test.  The free in-home water test results will let us know if the water has an abnormal pH level, contains hazardous minerals, bacteria, and more. If you have a private well, we really encourage you to contact… Read more »

Most people don’t realize that there are three different types of water: utility grade, working grade and drinking water. It’s helpful to be aware of these different types of water so that we understand how they are used and to better educate us on water usage. Utility grade water is water that is best used… Read more »

What is the difference between city water and well water? Let’s break it down! City Water- City water is treated in the city and meets (or surpasses) EPA standards. Only 2% of the city water is used for residential usage and the other 98% is allocated for industrial uses and fire fighting within the city…. Read more »