The new year brought forth many resolutions, trends, and diets. The most concerning of which is the ‘raw water diet’, otherwise known as the ‘raw water movement’. The movement originated from health-conscious people looking to get rid of all processed toxins they put into their bodies. The movement has caused a ruckus among national media outlets including: The Washington Post, CNBC and The New York Times.
According to a recent report by the World Economic Forum “the number one issue facing the world in the next 10 years will be access to clean drinking water.” In this report, researchers also state, “Challenges around water management are already immense…over a billion people lack access to improved water. Some 2.7 billion – or 40% of the world’s population – suffer water shortages for at least a month each year.” The public...
Most technologically advanced whole house water treatment system available today, WaterCrest is compact enough to mount on the wall because it uses no bulky storage tanks, no salt, no moving parts, and requires no backwashing. Quick Connect cartridge system allows for easy, tool-free maintenance that can be accomplished in minutes with no plumbing skills required.
Compact enough to be mounted on the wall, advanced whole house water treatment system uses no moving parts, no bulky storage tanks, no salt, and no electricity. Quick Connect cartridges allow for easy maintenance with no plumbing skills required.
As more and more research is conducted regarding the risks of drinking demineralized water, Hanish Water technologies offers solutions to the hazards consumers face as they rely on traditional whole house water treatment systems. This article will explain why the outdated technologies of yesterday are hazardous, and how Hanish Water Treatment Systems offers solutions.
Water softeners use sodium chloride (salt) to regenerate. Much of that salt, and potentially other chemicals used to make the salt, stay in your drinking water and enter your body.
Additionally, water softeners dump billions of tons of sodium chloride into the environment, adversely affecting the availability of reclaimed water, taxing municipal water systems, introducing brine into our aquifers, and wasting billions of gal...
How much of the issue of human rights and water accessibility can be tackled in a blog? Not much. How much of this is new information? Not much. However, we (me personally, and the Hanish Water family as a whole) will continue to sound the alarm on this issue. Here are some reasons we ALL need to care about access to clean water for everyone on the planet: