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Concerns About Current Water Management

There is a worrying challenge that faces the water sector worldwide. One of these challenges are providing everyone with drinking and sanitation water is the increasing demand on water sources, and the degradation of available water sources and ecosystems due to...

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Drinking Water Fountain Hygiene

Drinking clean, pure water is almost as important as staying hydrated. It has been proven that children do not drink enough water at school, evidence shows that mild dehydration results in a measurable decline in mental performance. A recent study of young adults...

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The Importance Of Drinking Water

Drinking plenty of cold, clear water is essential for your health and, in fact, for your very survival. You can live much longer without food than you can without water. But what is the importance of drinking water? Why should I drinking 8 glasses a day? What is all...

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Unpacking Water Desalination

What Is Desalination  Water desalination is the process of removing salt and minerals from water. The desalination process leaves water safe and drinkable for consumption.   Clean Water And Disease Prevention  Many individuals do not have access to...

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Microplastics Are Everywhere

What Are Microplastics? Microplastics can be defined as small pieces of plastic debris (5 mm in length) in the environment that result from the disposal and breakdown of consumer products and industrial waste. These tiny microplastic particles end up in our...

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Are There Different Kinds Of Bottled Water?

Is water just water? Well, not quite! In today’s blog, we give you a quick guide to the different kinds of bottled water that are available out there, namely, mineral, spring and prepared water  The tricky thing about water is that it is (usually!) transparent so...

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A More Sustainable South Africa

With massive amounts of plastic being used every day with recycling not up to the demand, drinking water fountains may be what is needed in SA to reduce plastic waste The numbers are precise, South Africans use a lot of plastic. The World-Wide Fund for Nature says...

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