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You’ve probably seen plenty of weight loss ads on Facebook or popping up on websites: “Drop 20 lb in Three Days!” or “Lose Fat With This One Simple Trick!” Those may not be exact quotations, but you get the idea—they sound...
All-American Water Conditioning Inc., a business ran out of a family home in Jacksonville, Fla., for more then 30 years, has witnessed consistent success. It always has been a small operation, but at one time, it grew quite...
In ancient civilizations, people drank fermented cereal through straws, a crude predecessor to modern-day draft beer. The carbonation and aroma created through fermentation enhanced the enjoyment and flavor. Then, as now,...
Over the past 20 years, private businesses in the U.S. have joined forces with federal and local government to improve the efficiency of water systems, spending billions on infrastructure to reduce waste and save money....
Water conditioning has become a nebulous term over the years. To customers, it may mean softening, filtration, scale prevention, contaminant removal or all of the above. In modern water treatment, though, it is the term used...
Water is a vital resource in the operations of many industrial processes. The increasing demands for water for agricultural, drinking and industrial processes has put significant strain on global freshwater supplies as the...
Cyanotoxins are chemical contaminants in surface water formed by cyanobacteria. Also known as blue-green algae because of their ability to use photosynthesis like plants, cyanobacteria create oxygen as they feed and grow...
Cutting marketing expenses when business is slow is about as logical as taking the batteries out of your clock to gain an extra hour. Or, as Henry Ford famously said, “A man who stops advertising to save money is like a man...
Formed in 2010, the Water Well Trust (WWT) is a 501(c)3 organization created by the Water Systems Council (WSC) to provide clean water to American families living without access to safe drinking water. WWT recently expanded...
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