ArchivesCategory: Science

15Oct

Managing Plastic Microparticles In Water Treatment Processes …Masses of large waste plastics floating in the oceans have been an issue of concern for many years. More recently, microplastic particles have been detected in seawater, freshwaters and drinking waters, including bottled waters and foods. Environmental plastics are a risk to aquatic organisms from ingestion; they are […]Continue Reading

17Sep

Alkaline drinking water has been one of the rising trends in health and fitness in recent years. Supporters state that regularly drinking water with higher pH levels can help cure numerous ailments. They have lauded the drink as a potential cure-all for issues ranging from poor hydration and bone loss to cancer and diabetes. As […]Continue Reading

17Sep

Perfluorooctanoic acid, along with its cousin perfluorooctanesulfonic acid, was historically used in a wide variety of consumer and industrial products for its protective qualities. However, the widespread use of this chemical now poses a problem for human health. Due to the ubiquity of perfluorooctanoic acid, along with its durability and mobility, perfluorooctanoic and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid […]Continue Reading

16Sep

Nanotechnology in the water treatment market sees growth potential …A high demand for treated water produced through nanotechnology exists in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, chemical and oil and gas industries. This has given rise to a well-defined nanotechnology in water treatment market to exist in a global perspective. With it used in water treatment […]Continue Reading

10Sep

Over 50% of Americans depend on groundwater for drinking water. It also serves as an essential source for irrigation water. However, groundwater is also extremely susceptible to pollution. Materials and substances from the surface can move through the soil and seep into water resources. From pesticides and fertilizers to septic tank and underground storage waste, any […]Continue Reading

27Aug

We all want what’s best for our bodies — we schedule annual checkups, take medicine when we have illnesses and do our best to prevent and manage diseases. Though all conditions that impact our well-being deserve our attention, there is one important issue that most people experience yet may not realize — dehydration. Dehydration occurs when […]Continue Reading

26Aug

NSF International is the premier product testing, inspection, and certification organization, responsible for designing and testing product performance standards related to food safety, water treatment, health products, consumer appliances, building materials, and environmental protection, among others. In conjunction with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), NSF develops, maintains, and revises testing standards for the industries […]Continue Reading

12Aug

Power. Performance. Integrity. Multipure takes pride in the comprehensive contaminant-reduction performance of our industry-leading drinking water systems. That pride is in-part founded upon the third-party testing and verification delivered by our many NSF certifications. It is those NSF certifications that set us above and beyond our product peers when it comes to drinking water treatment, […]Continue Reading

22Jul

Membranes In the Water Treatment Market Expected to Reach $8B in 2023 The global demand for membranes in the water treatment market is expected to grow 5.8% annually to $8.3 billion in 2023, according to a report by Freedonia. March 24, 2019 (Water Tech) The global demand for membranes in the water treatment market is […]Continue Reading

09Jul

Water is a cornerstone of the human body’s composition. Your whole body is about 60 percent water, and some parts, like your lungs and heart, are composed of even more. Water keeps every organ in your body going by performing a variety of functions. It regulates your body temperature through sweat and respiration, lubricates your joints, […]Continue Reading