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Salt Water Pool vs. Chlorine Pool: Pros, Cons, Comparisons

If you're in the market for a new pool, there's a lot that you'll need to consider when choosing a type of pool. The two main pool systems that you can select from include a salt water pool and a chlorine pool. The main difference with these pool types involves the amount of maintenance and [...]

2020-03-31T12:05:11-07:00By |Swimming Pool & Spa|

Aquaponics vs Hydroponics: Which One Is Best For You?

Aquaponics involves growing fishes and plants together within the same environment, which is considered to be a sustainable process. On the other hand, hydroponics is a gardening method that allows for plants to be grown without the use of soil. Both of these methods can be effective and beneficial depending on the application you are [...]

2020-03-24T11:33:27-07:00By |Hydroponics|

Cleaning and Disinfection to Prevent Spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

In recent weeks, COVID-19 (a disease within the Coronavirus family) has been spreading at an increasing rate throughout the United States as well as the rest of the world. Currently, the virus has been detected in 49 states and has been diagnosed in more than 2,100 people, with over 48 fatalities. States like California, Washington, [...]

2020-03-31T12:05:11-07:00By |Company News|

Municipal Water: How it Works, Treatment, & Applications

Municipal water is what many people refer to as tap water. In most locations throughout the country, municipal water is supplied to industries and homes by using a large number of underground pipes. Even though municipal water isn't as clean and healthy to drink as purified and filtered water, it's still treated and processed to [...]

2020-03-31T12:05:12-07:00By |Municipal Wastewater|

What’s the Difference Between Purified vs. Distilled Water?

Water quality is important for a wide array of reasons. For fish to survive in their habitats, it's important that their water remains clean. Drinking water also needs to be free from impurities in order for the people who drink it to be healthy. Water quality is a critical component for many industrial treatment applications. [...]

2020-03-03T10:42:00-08:00By |Aquaculture|

Aeration Systems for Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater aeration is a process that occurs when air is added directly to wastewater, which allows for aerobic bio-degradation of any pollutants contained within. Aeration is an essential component of treating wastewater. The main benefit of using aeration is that it's a natural method of getting rid of pollutants in the water. The chemicals that [...]

2020-02-25T08:39:30-08:00By |Wastewater|

What is Stormwater and Why Is It Important?

Stormwater is any kind of water that comes from ice or snow melt as well as standard precipitation. This water will either remain on impervious surfaces like rooftops and pavement or soak into the exposed soil beneath. While it's possible for stormwater to evaporate on an impervious surface, it typically flows down to some other [...]

2020-02-18T10:23:21-08:00By |Environmental|

Free Chlorine vs Total Chlorine: What’s the Difference?

Chlorine is a standard chemical element that's oftentimes used to provide people all over the world with clean drinking water. The reason that chlorine is highly effective and important for water quality monitoring is because it's able to kill bacteria via a chemical reaction. Whether you're treating your swimming pool or work in a water [...]

2020-02-13T15:12:14-08:00By |Environmental|

How Does Groundwater Become Contaminated?

Groundwater refers to any water that's found underground within the many spaces and cracks in landscapes of rock, soil, and sand. The water moves through aquifers in the ground, which occur when gravel, sandstone, and other materials exist in large spaces. The connected spaces of these materials make them permeable, which ensures the smooth flow [...]

2020-02-05T18:14:16-08:00By |Wastewater|

Water Quality Association: Programs, Resources, and Services

The quality of water is important in any environment because animals and humans require water to live while plants and trees require it to grow. Clean and pure water is essential if you want to properly maintain your health and well-being. Water is also used for cleaning, doing laundry, cooking, and bathing. Without clean water, [...]

2020-02-05T18:14:17-08:00By |Environmental|