Experts can say what they want, but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles by the ton, it doesn’t always seem like water is something we’re in danger of losing anytime soon. In reality though, water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans.
Doctors, nutritionists, and the like tell us that we should be drinking at least eight glasses of water each and every day. However, did you know that the “water footprint” of the average American is 32,911 glasses per day which amounts to 751,777 gallons of water per year? Explore this further as well as other interesting statistics about water usage in this infographic.
We are in a drought and with our ever-growing population increasing daily, the demand for water continues to intensify. The following infographic emphasizes the effects of ignoring water conservation and what happens to those who have limited access to it if household consumers don’t do their part to start bringing down daily water consumption soon.
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Empty Shelves? No Water? Limit One Case? Long Lines? Look Familiar? Don’t be caught without safe, high quality drinking water for your family. Soft Water Plus offers our customers the best value on Reverse Osmosis systems in the valley.
For the tens of thousands of households currently enjoying the many benefits of high quality water made from the Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) process, you should consider the possibility of installing a high quality leak detection system to compliment your current R.O. Since there are many different manufacturers of R.O. systems (some very high quality, others are not), there is always a chance of a leak over the lifespan of the system.
Water hardness is a common water quality problem for homeowners, especially in the metro Phoenix area. If you have lived in the Phoenix area for any given time and have not had the benefit of having a water softener system in place, you know exactly what I mean. Hard Phoenix water will harm your kitchen and bath fixtures over time. It can also leave unsightly stains in your showers, bathtubs and even toilets.
Water typically has no taste. One can say it tastes “refreshing” or “smooth” or add any other adjectives to describe the taste of water, but water typically has no taste or smell. Then there are time where your water is off and may have a foul smell or taste to it. In this case, certain bacteria, minerals, gasses, contaminants, or a plumbing issue may be to blame.
There is not a day that goes by where most of us encounter water throughout our day. Besides the need to drink water to survive, water is in our food and drinks, our plumbing, our industrial processes, our weather, and even our bodies. However, the water you encounter is not necessarily clean and pure water. This most crucial resource for living can be tainted by a number of contaminants that unfortunately cannot be seen by the naked eye.
For a very large proportion of North American homeowners the nuisance and costs associated with hard water just can’t be ignored. Clogged showers, damaged appliances, unsightly scale, and dry skin are just some of the issues that come with hard water. Water softeners provide a much-needed solution to all of these water woes.