ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘science’

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

11Apr

Treatment Technologies for PFAS in Industrial Water Perfluoalkyl chemicals are organic chemicals whose hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine. Polyfluoroalkyls have had many of the hydrogens replaced by fluorine. More than 4,000 perfluorinated and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) have been produced since they were developed in the 1940s. More than 1,000 are listed in the […]Continue Reading

27Nov

Drinking water can come from many different places. The primary sources of the water that goes through the pipes of your home most commonly derive from two main sources. Groundwater from underneath the Earth’s surface comes from aquifers, which are rocks with pores, voids and cracks that store and transmit water. Surface water is more […]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

10Jan

Since the water crisis of Flint, Mich., the nation has been more interested in its water quality than ever before in — but people are more nervous than ever, as well. When most people hear the words “total dissolved solids” in the context of water, they instantly assume the worst. Even water companies often label total dissolved solids (TDS) […]Continue Reading