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I received a drinking water notice. Now what?

It has happened to many of us: the dreaded drinking water advisory notice. But, what does it mean? Deciphering the data can be difficult, leaving consumers unsure of what to do and feeling, well, nervous. In the state of Ohio, our public water systems are regulated by the Ohio EPA Division of Drinking Waters and
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Water vs. Sports Drinks For Your Student Athlete

Your family piles into the car after the big game, and your student athlete is dripping with sweat after exerting some major effort. Should you hand them a sports drink or good old-fashioned H2O? Which one is going to help them recover better? If you’re like most parents, you probably don’t really know the answer,
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How water can create more productive employees

Amazingly, only 1% of dehydration can reduce the productivity of your staff by as much as 12%. Think about the impact on productivity, when 80% of the U.S. workforce is not hydrating as needed every single day. Our bodies are made of more than 60% water, but our brains alone are 90%. High water consumption
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How to get your kids to drink more water

Hydration is vital to everyone, and you already know the value of drinking eight glasses of water a day. While you are busy working those eight glasses in for yourself, it’s equally important to ensure that your kids drink enough water. The amount of water your child needs to have will depend on their age,
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5 facts that make us love our water

Whether you grew up drinking from a hose outside or you ran in the house for an ice-cold bottle of spring water, you know that hydration is important. Intense exercise or high temperatures increase the need to drink more water than the standard 8 glasses of 8 oz. per day. It’s common for those exerting
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Staff Spotlight: Garrison Cox

Garrison Cox, a member of the staff at Neldon Peacock & Sons in Marion, Ohio, has successfully completed the professional service seminar at Kinetico’s Service Academy, the training arm of Kinetico Incorporated in Newbury, Ohio. Cox, along with other service professionals working for dealerships across the country, participated in this intensive service training seminar conducted
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Staff Spotlight: Adam Medley

Adam Medley, a member of the staff at Neldon Peacock & Sons in Marion, Ohio, has successfully completed the professional service seminar at Kinetico’s Service Academy, the training arm of Kinetico Incorporated in Newbury, Ohio. Medley, along with other service professionals working for dealerships across the country, participated in this intensive service training seminar conducted
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The true cost of your hard water

  When you think of the cost of your water you likely think of the monthly bill. If you have unconditioned water the cost per month could be a lot more than what you think. Unconditioned water contains minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron that comes from local water supplies and well water. You
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Does your water fit your family’s standards

  When we think of our family’s housing needs we often think of the standards such as heating and cooling, good quality food and various technologies that we have come to depend on. Families today are more concerned about the quality of the tap water then in the past and because of this, the majority
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How Your Water Could be affecting your Salon

  As a savvy salon owner, you want the best for your customers. Happy customers come back and are the source of good referrals. Conditioned water will give you happy customers, good referrals, and more business. Skeptical? Here is a look at how conditioned water helps your business. Minerals in Water As you may or
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Is water conditioning expensive?

  After some reading and research, you have determined that you want to take steps to condition the water in your home but you are not sure what the expense will be or which limb you should cut off to pay for it. But the cost is not nearly as expensive as you might think
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Quick tips to stop wasting water

  You likely grew up with parents that asked, “Do you think money grows on trees?” or “Were you born in a barn?” From a young age, we learned the value of closing the front door and turning off the light when we left a room. We were also given the advice to turn off
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Sulfur and your Electronic Appliances

You probably know if you have a problem with sulfur in your water, it can make your water smell and taste awful. Sulfur comes from decaying organic material and one of the more common well water contaminants. Sulfur gas is also very corrosive and is released from the water which leads to damage of jewelry,
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Common Water Problems in Henry County

  While some water problems are obvious, like sulfur that can be smelled and seen, other contaminants can bringing bigger issues for your health but do not have any taste, smell or change in appearance. Throughout Henry County, in the past 7 years, there have been warnings for 3 specific contaminants: lead, trihalomethanes, and fluoride.
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Water Bottles the Cost to You & the Environment

Years ago when children were out running the neighborhood they would become thirsty and simply find a hose to drink from. We have since learned that overheated garden hoses have some contaminates in them and it is probably not a great idea to drink from them. But today people purchase water bottles believing that bottled
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Why your city water could need conditioning

Those who have a private well for water are familiar with the smell of sulfur, or rotten eggs. If you have city water you may sometimes get a hint of the chlorine that is used to clean the water of contaminants, but what about the things you cannot smell in the water? As many as
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What is Reverse Osmosis & How It Is Used

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been around for decades. There are a variety of reasons that one might opt to invest in an RO system for their home or business. In this article I want to specifically explain how RO technology works and how you might use it in your daily life. Key Takeaways: RO
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Top reasons why your water tastes or smells funny

Does your family rely on bottled water? Water in its pristine state is colorless, tasteless, and odorless. But sometimes the water in our homes has an unpleasant taste or smell.
 In fact, this is the primary reason people turn to disposable bottles of water, which are expensive for you and harmful to the environment. Millions
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What causes red stains on sinks and toilets?

Are you sick and tired of rusty-orange stains on your toilets? Are you whites refusing to stay white? That tell-tale orange stain usually points to minerals in your water. Water is a natural solvent, and given the time and proper conditions, it can dissolve anything it comes in contact. Depending on where you live, your
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The Importance of Testing Your Well Water

If you have a private well you may have gotten used to a funny smell or hard water stains. But those problems might be caused by some nasty contaminants making your water less safe to drink. If your home’s water is supplied by a private well, you, and only you, are responsible for the water’s
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Even if you have city water, it might still need softened

Even city water can benefit from water treatment City water varies greatly from area to area and town to town. City water (or water from a community water system) is usually treated to some degree before it reaches your home, but most city water is still hard and contains some level of contaminants. Although water
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