May 17, 2021

Brian Campbell

Brian Campbell

Brian Campbell is the founder of WaterFilterGuru.com, where he blogs about all things water quality. His passion for helping people get access to clean, safe water flows through the expert industry coverage he provides. Follow him on twitter @WF_Guru or contact him by email brian.campbell@waterfilterguru.com.

What Is Manganese? Manganese is a mineral that occurs naturally in the earth’s crust. It’s often found in combination with other minerals, like iron…
About 70% of the earth’s surface is covered in water. Many of us are fortunate to have access to a clean drinking water source, but about a quarter…
Activated carbon filters are commonly used in air purification systems and water filters, due to their ability to target contaminants affecting…
What Is Ion Exchange? Ion exchange is the process of exchanging unwanted dissolved ions with more desirable ions. This guide will look at the ion…
Why Does Water Feel "Slimy" or "Smooth" After Softening? If you own a water softener, you may notice that your water takes on a “slimy,” “slippery…
All public drinking water must be treated before it can be delivered to our homes. A big part of the water treatment process involves using a…
Today’s consumers are more aware than ever before of their water quality. While many parts of the world are fortunate to have access to clean…
What is Hard Water? Water hardness is a measure of how many "hard" calcium and magnesium minerals are present. Hard water contains a high…
What is PFAS? PFAS, or perfluoroalkyl substances, are a group of more than 4,000 man-made chemicals, with strong carbon-fluorine bonds, that have…
What is Arsenic? Arsenic is a chemical element that is found naturally in the crust of the earth. In its organic form, arsenic is very toxic. As a…
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