Which State Has the Best Tap Water in the US?

By Daniel Klein

Recent years have seen a lot of significant headlines around water contamination in America, from Flint and Benton Harbor to Camp Lejeune. As a result, there is a lot of debate about local water safety and where residents can find the best tap water in the United States. But what defines tap water as good?…

Are There Healthy Alternatives to Water?

By Daniel Klein

Keeping your body hydrated is an essential part of keeping yourself healthy. While drinking water is the best way to make sure you’re getting the hydration you need, it’s good to know what your options are. While there are no true alternatives to water, some healthy drinks can also hydrate you and even provide extra…

Is it Safe to Drink Lake Water?

By Daniel Klein

While it’s easy to make the assumption that natural water sources provide safe drinking water, many naturally-occurring bodies of water can actually be dangerous to drink from. Some, like seawater and other natural saltwater sources, are widely known to be undrinkable, but freshwater sources, such as river and lake water, aren’t always avoided. Does this…

Can You Collect Rainwater as Drinking Water?

By Daniel Klein

It’s no secret that water is a precious resource. In some parts of the world, access to clean drinking water is an ongoing challenge, and in other places, it’s a high expense. That’s why more and more people are looking into ways to collect rainwater for their needs. But can you collect rainwater as drinking…

How Do Gray Water Reclamation Systems Work?

By Daniel Klein

It’s no secret that we’re running out of fresh water. In fact, according to UNICEF, half of the world’s population will be dealing with water scarcity by 2025. That’s why it’s more important than ever before to start recycling our water. Gray water reclamation is one way to do this. In this blog post, we’ll…

Can Drinking Seawater Be Safe?

By Daniel Klein

It’s no secret that the world is running out of fresh water. According to the United Nations, more than 1 billion people currently live in areas where water is scarce. And by 2025, that number is expected to increase to 1.8 billion. One possible solution to this problem is desalination: the process of removing salt…