The heat is on and we’re all doing what we can to keep cool. There’s no doubt about it: staying chilled when you’re lazing by the pool with a glass of refreshing alkaline water from a water ionizer is a lot easier than when you’re at work!
We’re just past the longest day of the year and the prospect of summer vacations and long hot days is beckoning. Keeping children hydrated in the warm weather is always a struggle; swimming, bike rides, sports, and fun tend to take priority for kids!
Here’s a quick exercise: try doing a quick tally of everything you ate today. Maybe some cereal, an apple, those leftover cold noodles for lunch. A macadamia nut cookie, a small handful of grapes, 149 microplastics…wait. What? Microplastics?
Now that the warmer weather is with us until the fall, gardening enthusiasts will be keen to keep their blooms and veggies well-watered to help them grow into healthy, strong plants. However – it’s also important for YOU to stay hydrated this summer.
Aging water infrastructure - hardly ever out of the news these days - has a new spotlight trained on it. This time, the focus of the attention isn’t that pipelines are overstretched, underfunded, and creaking under the pressure of growing populations: it’s the opposite.
In this article – we’ll dissect the following questions many people may have about the aging water infrastructure and what can be used to help fix this problem: