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Top 6 Questions Answered about Salt-Free Water “Softeners”

Can I replace a traditional water softener system with a water conditioner and what difference in performance should I see between the two systems? Yes, a water conditioner system can replace a traditional water softener. A big difference will be how the water feels. Traditional softeners often leave the water too soft, causing it to […]
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How Scale Stopper Works and Why

How does the Scale Stopper work? The Scale Stopper product relies on a technology called Template Assisted Crystallization (TAC). TAC produces a catalyic reaction that converts calcium and magnesium in the water into harmless, inactive microscopic crystals.
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CWS Assists Undergraduate Student Research Project

Background The San Lorenzo Watershed in Santa Cruz County, California is a large coastal drainage system in a temperate rainforest that funnels into the San Lorenzo River. More than 40 creeks feed into the river that eventually drains out into the Pacific Ocean, at the northern tip of Monterey Bay. The San Lorenzo Watershed creeks […]
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How to Calculate Hydrogen Peroxide Concentration for Well Water Treatment

Need to know how much water to add to dilute your hydrogen peroxide? A common question we get is:  “I had a question about diluting my 7% hydrogen peroxide. How much water would I have to add to the gallon to dilute it to 7000ppm or 12500 ppm.” This is a good question, and the […]
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Why You May Need Point of Use Water Filtration

New analysis of Los Angeles city water distribution systems shows huge deficiencies in the cleanliness and durability of the city’s water pipes. Large amounts of money are spent at Los Angeles water treatment facilities, only to be pumped through city distribution pipes that are on average 58 years old and desperately require maintenance. The contaminated […]
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Proposition 1: Water Bond on California’s Election Ballot

Election day is just around the corner, next Tuesday, November 4th. Some big measures line the ballot this year, one of which seeks to address the water shortage emergency California currently is in. The proposition allows the state to borrow $7.5 billion in bonds to fund water resource management projects throughout the state. The new, […]
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Bad Water May Look, Taste, or Smell Like Good Water!

Often contaminants leave behind a trace detectable by your senses, but not always. Steps to determine if you may have problems with your water: 1. Get your water quality tested in a lab! A basic mineral analysis will show the most common issues, such as iron, manganese, dissolved solids, tannins, pH, and hardness. EPA certified […]
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Arsenic Contamination of Well Water: A Real Issue

  Arsenic, a natural occurring element in the geology of many regions, is an important contaminant of well water to look out for. The map above shows wells sampled across the country and their arsenic concentration levels. The EPA’s maximum contaminant level is strictly set for public health concerns at 10 micrograms per liter. Local […]
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Spin Down Filter Cleans Garden Well Water

Spin Down Filter Cleans Garden Well Water Periodically we donate water filters and/or offer technical support free of charge to non-profit organizations and charities.  Recently we had the pleasure of helping the folks at the Free Farm Project in San Francisco use a Spin Down Filter to clean up sediment from their well water source! […]
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New, Striking Images From NASA Show California Groundwater Loss

satellite image of California drought Anywhere in California it is easy to see the effects of the latest drought. Surface water levels, such as lakes and rivers, are visibly low and changes in landscape vegetation are obvious. Windshield wipers on California cars have been put to little or no use. But what about the impacts on water resources we can […]
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