February 2012

Hiking Water Filter

Hiking Water Filter   A hiker loosens his pack, kneels beside a babbling brook, and replenishes his canteen. Kids skip rocks across a stream before taking a drink at its inlet. A woman dismounts from her horse and leads it to a pool of clear, refreshing water. What all three scenarios have in common is [...]

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Why You Should Filter Camping and Backpacking Water ?

Why Filter Camping and Backpacking Water ? Backpacking and Camping Water Filters ADEQUATE SUPPLY of safe drinking water is essential to any back-country experience, but it is not always possible to take along enough water to last throughout an extended trip. A person needs about 2 liters of water each day, but during a back-country [...]

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What Constitutes Safe Drinking Water?

For years, Americans have taken the availability of safe drinking water for granted. Recently, however, an increasingly health-conscious public  has responded to reports of harmful contaminants in public and private  water supplies by turning to bottled water or home water treatment  units. While some consumers purchase home water treatment units because they are dissatisfied with [...]

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Water Filters for Home

Water Filters for Home – In the USA Americans spend billions of dollars annually on home water treatment products. According to the Water Quality Association, over four out of 10 People in the USA use a home water treatment unit. These units range from simple pitchers costing less than $20 to sophisticated reverse osmosis units [...]

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