As a member of the International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), we were pleased with the news of the passing of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) in October, which included strong language authorizing the U.S. EPA’s WaterSense program for the long term. Previously, the program would have…Read More
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Water is a fundamental element of our health, wellbeing, and daily lives. The average American family uses over 300 gallons of water per day and approximately 70% of this use occurs indoors. Therefore, the water we drink, shower, and cook with can have a significant impact on our overall health…Read More
Over the past two years, hurricanes have certainly left their mark on the US and surrounding territories. From 2017’s Harvey and Maria to 2018’s Florence and Michael, storms have really been destructive and have left many without clean water. There are several ways hurricanes can impact people’s access to clean…Read More
Have you ever looked at a glass of water and thought to yourself, “what is actually in here?” If you’re anything like the folks at Instapure, you have definitely thought about the things you can’t see in the water. In a glass of tap water, there are several substances other…Read More
Instapure Filtration is pleased to partner with the Wishing Well International Foundation. Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) is a non-profit organization which provides clean, safe drinking water to nearly 25,000 people living in developing areas each year. In partnership with donors, sponsors, and deployment specialists around the world, WWIF coordinates…Read More
Drink when you are hungry If you are middle aged or older, your body may mistake hunger for thirst. So everytime you get hungry, drink a glass of water. If your body was actually thirsty instead of hungry, that will satisfy your “hunger”. This is an excellent strategy for avoiding those…Read More
How can I tell whether the water in my house is safe to drink? The Water Quality Association offers an interactive Diagnose Your Drinking Water tool on its Web site, which can help you figure out why your tap water smells like rotten eggs, tastes like salt, or spots your glasses. Advice…Read More
Pure and crystal clear water is the lifeline of the universe. All of us know the importance of hydration but have you ever stopped and thought about the benefits of water? From the nutritional and life-giving effect water has on the human body to helping with weight loss and even…Read More
A delicious cup of joe can be a great way to start your day! A great tasting cup of coffee can also be a feast for the senses (especially during the Fall)! But when the coffee is brewed using municipal tap water, it could be contaminated with other intruding influences.…Read More
1. Similarly to how we establish a morning and bedtime routine, we can create a water consumption schedule to make drinking water more manageable. It’s as simple as waking up and having a glass of water, and when you’re getting ready for bed, having another glass. Then, at work or…Read More