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How To Save Water Without Killing Your Lawn

California’s water conservation efforts For the last few years, California has implemented legislation to combat water shortage as a result of longstanding drought in the region. This legislation has included measures that aim to conserve water by restricting usage to specific times and applications. We’ve all seen the commercials, billboards and bus-wraps urging CA residents […]

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Storing Water For An Emergency Is Easier Than You Think

Emergency Preparedness Water Storage Storing water for an emergency is the most important part of your survival kit. A natural disaster can contaminate or limit access to your municipal water source and can make a bad situation even more dangerous. The human body can handle a substantial amount of time without food, however, our bodies […]

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What Does The Future Hold For Water Treatment?

Climate Science Is A Hoax With a set of principles that include Earth-friendliness, efficiency, and environmental responsibility, we strongly believe that the Puroserve approach is the future of water treatment, especially since the water-related issues that are affecting the country—reduced supply, increasing population, pollution, rising chloride levels across the very dry Southwest—are already calling for […]

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Salt Pollution – Where We Are Today

Defining the Problem Urban salinity is an ancient issue, but also a modern one. What has changed is the scale of the problem. Our large communities change the very landscape upon which they are built, and without well-conceived water management policies for susceptible areas, the development of high chloride levels downstream of larger communities is […]

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Salt Pollution – Learning from Our Past

An Ancient Problem Environmental salt pollution is a modern problem with ancient roots. Across the span of world history lie the remains of ancient civilizations that relied on farming and irrigation to a fault. Eventually, they withered and died as a result of excess salinity in soil directly related to ignorance of proper water management […]

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