Homeowners have asked us why there is a pink ring in their toilet bowl or evidence of the pink discoloration elsewhere and what can they do to get rid of it.
Pink residue is generally not a problem with water quality. A pink discoloration may be a result of...
For drinking and point-of-use water filtration systems, look for the following features...
Taste does not equate to health or quality. If it did, that would mean McDonalds fries and Oreos are health foods. (We wish.)
Although the United States has some of the best public drinking water available, there is reason to be concerned about contamination in some areas.
For residential and commercial building projects looking to save water, a wastewater treatment system delivers water clean enough to be discharged into waterways or used for other purposes.
Re-using greywater is the next frontier in battling drought and rising utility costs, and new technology makes it easier to adapt new or existing homes to use less water.
Water shortages are becoming a reality throughout the world, and that includes the United States. As reported in the National Journal, the demand for fresh water in the United States will exceed the supply by 2030, according to a 2012 State Department report.
Water is the single most important resource to sustain life and our community infrastructures. When potable water is contaminated, it is an issue that requires immediate attention. But how can we tell if our water is contaminated? In order to...
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Simple, robust water treatment makes clean water available to more people.
For drought-plagued Californians, saving water is a necessity. But it’s also a pretty good idea for all Americans.
The city of Santa Fe has a unique set of needs -- from water scarcity to a challenging geography -- which make installing cellular smart water meters attractive.
Although our planet is covered with water, only a small percent of it can really be used safely for human consumption.
From the toilets at Sochi to former Mayor Bloomberg’s pro-plumber sentiment, it’s safe to say the year was “flush” with interesting toilet talk.
While a world of clean and affordable energy, abundant freshwater, 3D printed houses or worldwide high-speed Internet access won't miraculously appear by the end of 2015, it is the beginning of a better future.
An off-the-grid toilet system designed for developing world locations without adequate sanitation is ready for field testing, according to Kohler Co.
According to Moen consumer research, 38 percent of individuals looking to remodel their kitchen in the next 12 months have an interest in purchasing a filtered water dispenser.
Electrolux will acquire the GE Appliances business for $3.3 billion in a transaction that will see the GE Appliances brand continue in the marketplace.
For the first time, water treatment devices have been certified for effectiveness in reducing trace levels of contaminants in drinking water.
Whether you're making miso and soba soup, cornbread stuffing, or pizza dough with your favorite toppings, the key ingredient to these tasty recipes is water quality.
Until now, customization and speed to market presented challenges for mass appliance manufacturers like GE Appliances, the parent company of FirstBuild
For onsite wastewater treatment options, the Ecoflo Coco Filter offers an all-natural medium option that can be recycled after its useful life.
Although the United States has some of the best public drinking water available, there is reason to be concerned about contamination in some areas. More than 60,000 chemicals are used in the U.S., but only 90 water contaminants are regulated...
The risk of water contamination has risen as an increase in local boil alerts has swept the nation from water system problems such as line breaks and contamination. If your local water supplier frequently issues boil water advisories, an ultraviolet...
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While emerging contaminants have been in drinking water for a long time, only recently has technology advanced enough to detect these potentially harmful substances. In a blog on Scientific American, Rob Herman, director of NSF International’s Headquarter Laboratories, wrote about...