09Oct

October and the autumn season means cooler temperatures, colorful foliage, and of course, Halloween candy. But for Multipure Builders, it also marks the last quarter of the year, and a chance to finish out 2018 with strong sales, robust network growth, and continued business momentum. Of course, we want to help you out as much […]Continue Reading

20Sep

Engineer Qilin Li at Rice University’s lab is building a treatment system that can be tuned to selectively pull toxins from wastewater from factories, sewage systems and oil and gas wells, as well as drinking water. The researchers said their technology will cut costs and save energy compared to conventional systems. “Traditional methods to remove […]Continue Reading

20Sep

Wastewater generated from food production and agricultural activities is a major source of environmental pollution. It is also among the most difficult and costly waste to manage because food processing wastewater can contain large quantities of nutrients, organic carbon, nitrogenous organics, inorganics, suspended and dissolved solids, and it has high biochemical and chemical oxygen demands. […]Continue Reading

19Sep

Plastic has become an essential feature of human life. From the bottles we use to the clothing we wear — plastic is everywhere. Since plastic was first introduced in the 1950s, humans have produced over eight billion metric tons of plastic. Annually, we continue to produce millions of tons of plastic, most of which are single-use […]Continue Reading

18Sep

About 15 million households in America depend upon water from private wells for drinking, cleaning, bathing, and cooking. While people who live within the limits of a city or a town, and have their water supplied by the municipality, know that their water is subject to strict environmental guidelines, the same is not true of private wells. […]Continue Reading

17Sep

September is National Preparedness Month, and this year’s theme is “Disasters Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How.” The simplicity of this message emphasizes its truth and importance. Every year, disasters happen. Every month, even, disasters happen. Floods. Wildfires. Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Spills. Contamination. All of these can drastically impact the essentials of life: shelter, food, and water. […]Continue Reading

16Aug

“Drink Up!” That advice is for everyone out there. This summer has been brutally hot almost universally across the country, so it is vitally important that everyone continues to spread the word about proper hydration, about cleaner water, and about Multipure. And when you talk to people about Multipure – whether in person, over the […]Continue Reading

07Aug

Greater efficiency and innovation are considered the primary areas of development for the water and wastewater treatment equipment market. Diminishing freshwater reserves puts additional pressure on governments to meet the cumulative demand for uninterrupted water supply. Different types of instruments are used at different stages of water treatment. Manufacturers are focused on developing innovative and […]Continue Reading

13Jul

Recent headlines about water quality have grabbed the nation’s attention and left many wondering what they can do to protect their homes and families. While there are instances of cancer-causing chemicals in tap water, the good news is that filtration systems can keep chemical water pollution out of your home. Several carcinogens commonly find their […]Continue Reading

11Jul

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, for oil and natural gas extraction is a highly controversial mining process. Both fracking supporters and opponents passionately plead their case. Those in favor of fracking claim the practice is a safe and environmentally sound way of extracting fossil fuels. Those opposed claim fracking is a dangerous procedure that compromises the area’s drinking […]Continue Reading