News & Resources

Water news and information is full of confusion, contradictions, and sometimes altogether false information. It isn’t that most companies are trying to lie, they simply don’t put in the work to research and validate their information.

Imagine how much worse the news would be if there was only a tenth of the primary sources. That’s how it is with water. The lack of regulatory information has resulted in an echo chamber of misinformation. We’re here to quiet some of the noise and to promote what we know to be fact. 

As the editors of this blog, this is our promise:

  1. We will do our utmost to validate our sources.
  2. If we don’t know, we will admit it.
  3. We will not post any recomendations that we (and our families) are not willing to live by.

    Try our service for free.

    Did you know that we offer a seven day trial at no cost for our 5 star studded water service?

    Request a trial

    The Different Types of Drinking Water

    The importance of water is a universal topic. Society teaches children from an early age about the importance of staying hydrated by consuming at least eight glasses of water each day. You can find helpful drawings and graphs in the offices of pediatricians and school...

    read more

    Health Problems Caused by Hot Working Environments

    The type of job you have can significantly affect your health. If you work in construction, landscaping, or any other strenuous labor that takes place outdoors, you should be aware of the health problems caused by hot working environments. If you’re not, let this...

    read more

    Tips for Staying Hydrated on a Construction Site

    Working on a construction site presents many dangers. Aside from possible work injuries, there are also internal bodily risks that come with the job. Construction workers work year-round in all types of weather. No matter how warm it may be, workers are still required...

    read more

    How Water Pollution Affects Your Health

    Everyone knows water is a necessity to surviving. What isn't as well-known is the fact that safe drinking water isn’t as available as many people believe. In the United States, tap water is meant to be accessible and available to all so that everyone has a safe option...

    read more

    The Importance of the Safe Drinking Water Act

    Our drinking water hasn’t always been as safe to consume as it is today. In fact, before the mid-1970s, it was considered dangerous to drink from any public water fountain and even our own kitchen taps. But, from the year 1974 to the present, the Safe Drinking Water...

    read more

    How Dehydration Affects the Human Body

    Many of us think we know all there is to know about dehydration. However, not only is it more common than most of us tend to think, but it’s also more dangerous than we generally want to admit. While most of the population suffers from dehydration at some point,...

    read more