The Wonderful Water Filtration Options

On March 3, 2015, in Commentary, by Erik

The scarcity of clean water is a global problem. Governments and private industry are looking into new ways to filter water along with creating innovations to provide clean water quickly and cheaply. There are a number of products out there for communities and families to invest in. Koch has created a ultrafiltration membrane bioreactor series […]

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Fresh 2o Ramping Up Charity Water Efforts

On March 3, 2015, in News, by Erik

A charity based in Hadlow Down is increasing its efforts to provide water filters to developing areas such as Bangladesh, India, Zambia, and Uganda. The organization, Fresh 2o, has been helping such nations for nearly a decade and was founded by celebrity photographer, Candice Farmer. Since she started up the charity in 2005, celebrities such […]

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Water Reuse Tech Isn’t Just for Drinking Water

On November 10, 2014, in Discoveries & Innovation, Water Filtration, by Erik

While technology used for water reuse is heavily focused on creating drinking water, there are many other applications that consumers overlook. Greywater systems can take the water used for bathing and redirect it to flush toilets or irrigate landscapes. Rainwater collection can be used to take showers, water plants, or wash cars. To read about […]

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Nephros Receives Clearance to Produce High Grade Drinking Water Filters

On October 31, 2014, in Health, Water Filtration, by Erik

Nephros Inc., a medical device company known for creating high quality liquid purification ultrafilters and equipment used in dialysis, has been given 510(k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to have its filtration system used to filter EPA quality drinking water. The ultra-pure water these filters provide could help wash patients and provide cleaner […]

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South Korea Hires Calgon Carbon to Treat Drinking Water

On October 30, 2014, in Latest, Water Filtration, by Erik

Calgon Carbon, a U.S. company, won a contract to provide 7.2 million pounds of carbon to a water treatment plant in Seoul, South Korea. Using the carbon to filter their water, the Dduk-Do municipal drinking water plant hopes to provide 198 million gallons of potable water to Seoul’s citizens per day. For a full article […]

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