Drinking Water Treatment: Reverse Osmosis

Drinking Water Treatment: Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis is most commonly known for its use in drinking water purification and removes large particles and substances using a semi-permeable membrane. The following infographic takes a detailed look at what reverse osmosis is, how it works and some of its applications.

What's In Your Fancy Water?

What’s in your favorite drinking water? Minerals – that’s what! And lots of them. Just how much mineral content does one brand have compared with others? This infographic shows 13 popular brands of drinking water along with their mineral content expressed in parts per million (ppm).

Tap Water: What Are You Really Drinking?

The contents of tap water vary from state to state across the country. Some of the chemicals found in drinking water will shock and appall you while the excellent quality of others will quench both your worries as well as your thirst. In the following infographic, you will see that the quality of Phoenix’s water is poor. The infographic goes on to show some various ways to filter water and types of filters.

Private Water Well Guidelines & Safety

This infographic highlights how to maintain your private water well and how to keep the water safe for you and your family. While a small percentage, 15% of Americans do not use the public drinking water system and may use resources like wells to supply them with a sufficient water supply. Neglecting to monitor your water well may lead to contamination of the water.

The Green Machine: Eco-Friendly Filtration

Need better drinking water and concerned about the environment as well? Check out The Green Machine from Vertex. This new reverse osmosis system uses high-performance Greenblock filter media, anufactured with a unique eco-friendly process that significantly reduces harmful greehouse gases.

Think Before You Drink: The Costs of Bottled Water

Maybe you have been thinking of how you can save some money? Start by rethinking about grabbing another bottle of water. The way we drink from bottled water may be quite taken-for-granted but consider as well that this seemingly harmful act may actually be turning each one of us into a large contributor to the planet’s growing green problems.

Every Drop Counts

On average, the world’s population is growing by 80 million people a year which is increasing demand for fresh water. competition for this water exists all over the world and is only going to increase. Therefore, it is vital that we make a few easy, everyday changes to help reduce water wastage in our homes and workplaces.

The History of the Shower

There is nothing quite as satisfying as a good long shower. Folks have always been aware of how awesome it feels to wash away the dirt of a hard working day or relax a weary body. While many might assume the show to be a fairly recent luxury, they have been around a lot longer than you may think. In fact it is only the way that a shower is carried out that’s changed over time.