Well, hereâ€™s some good news! Americans are conserving water at a higher volume than ever before, according to a prominent US Geological Survey.
In 1980, we were using around 112 gallons of water per day each. This plummeted to 88 gallons per day in 2005 and 82 gallons per day in 2015, marking a 27 percent decrease, despite the population increasing by 4 percent during that time.
Winning at Domestic Water Use!
The survey also highlights how domestic water use is relatively small compared to the various ways that water is used on an industrial scale. However, the signs that weâ€™re using significantly less of domestic water are …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 26, 2017 12:00 pm
The third annual Imagine a Day Without Water took place on the 12th October. Â Schools and workplaces participated with utilities and water organizations to look at how much we depend on water. Â
The True Value of Water
The recent hurricanes that have seen thousands of people having their access to clean, safe water cut off, highlight just how vital water is to our health and well being. Â
Some communities in America already know how impossible it is to try to go a day without our most precious resource: Water. Â Imagine a Day Without Water 2017Â isÂ the thirdÂ annual day to raise awareness and educate America about the value of water.
Posted by: William Poole On April 30, 2016 9:00 am
Reverse osmosis. Itâ€™s a fancy scientific term to describe a process of water purification, but most people probably donâ€™t know what reverse osmosis (RO) actually is.
That, in itself, is an issue because without understanding the process it is difficult to see the disadvantages of reverse osmosis. After reading this, you will understand that reverse osmosis water is not safe for human consumption long term, nor for the environment.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis is a process of removing contaminant from source water by applying pressure and running the water through a series of artificial, semi-permeable membranes. It is used around the world for many different water purification purposes.
At home RO machines are commonly used to â€śimproveâ€ť …
When it comes to making a great product, Tyent takes a backseat to no company in the ionized alkaline water business.Â We strive to ensure (and do) that every ionizer we sell is the highest quality and constructed of the finest materials.
We aren’t the biggest, but bigger doesn’t always mean better.Â Look at Goliath.
We are however, one of the best as evidenced by being the recipient of the prestigious Ionizer of the Year Award for 2015 and 2016.Â This is a wonderful honor and one we take very seriously.Â Nevertheless, it takes more than just a great product to make a company great, it takes …
“What can I expect when I purchase a water ionizer from Tyent?”Â How about that?Â A question I donâ€™t think I have had before.
The first thing you can expect is theÂ unexpected.Â The machine itself is beautifully designed to add a touch of elegance to any kitchen.Â These stylish water ionizersÂ are aesthetically lovely and constructed to perform their tasks with unwavering efficiency and durability.Â They perform so well that Tyent is one of the few companies in the ionized alkaline water business that can offer a full Lifetime Warranty.Â
After your initial reaction to the beauty, there is the functionality that is just as beautiful in its own way.Â Our award-winning water ionizersÂ transform ordinary tap …
These days, more and more people areÂ discovering ionized alkaline water and why it is so popular with so many.Â Not everyone though, knowsÂ Â exactlyÂ what it is.Â
Case in point; someone asked me if you had to add an alkalizer to the water to make it alkaline.Â I explained youÂ didn’tÂ need to add anything to the water when you own a Tyent water ionizer.Â Merely introduce the water into the Tyent system and the machine does the rest.
It transforms the water from ugly tap water into beautiful Tyent Water replete with vital minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc.Â The water is also purified through our Dual Filtration process which …
Many of the questions received here at TyentÂ have two familiar themes running through them:Â medicine andÂ chemicals.Â People, it would seem, are under the impression that ionized alkaline water must contain added chemicals to make it more beneficial than regular water.Â
That is understandable, I mean, water is water right, so how can water be anything more without the introduction of chemicals?
To begin with, water is water.Â However, the water that flows from your tap at home may haveÂ so many chemicals floating around in it that itâ€™s scary.Â In addition, when the water in your municipality reaches the treatment plant, part of the process in cleaning …
We receive loads of questions every week here at Tyent. Some people want to know more specifics about ionized alkaline water. Others have questions about the water they drink and wonder if Tyent Water is any better or if a Tyent machine can clean up their water. Today, we have two questions that need answering and so letâ€™s get right to them.
Is Ionized Alkaline Water Hard or Soft?
Good question.Â Letâ€™s define first what soft water is:
Soft Water â€“ water that contains little or no dissolved salts from minerals such as calcium, magnesium, & iron.Â Often created by processes of distillation, reverse osmosis, or the addition of a chemical softener