10/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

In a outdoor survival scenario, the difference between life and death can be decided by something as seemingly mundane as

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-10-15-non-insulated-single-wall-stainless-steel-canteens-are-best-for-outdoor-survival.html

10/04/2018 / By Vicki Batts

The raw water craze has prompted a national debate about two major issues: food safety, and food freedom. Proponents of

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-10-04-concerns-about-raw-water-should-people-have-the-freedom-to-drink-it.html

09/27/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Residents of Oscoda, Michigan are furious about the toxic PFAS and that have contaminated the picturesque Van Etten Lake. In

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-09-27-michigan-residents-angry-that-their-drinking-water-has-been-contaminated-with-chemicals.html

09/23/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Being exposed to arsenic over a prolonged period of time can increase the likelihood of diabetes, according to a paper published

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-09-23-arsenic-in-drinking-water-a-piece-of-the-diabetes-puzzle.html

09/12/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

Iowa State University (ISU)’s landmark lake floating islands research project is being re-established this year since its first run in

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-09-12-can-floating-islands-help-threatened-insects-such-as-bees-and-butterflies.html

09/10/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

Cutting corners when it comes to husbandry may seem like a tempting idea at first – especially for the beginner. However,

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-09-10-chickens-that-drink-untreated-water-dont-grow-as-fast-or-well.html

09/06/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Do you want a secure supply of water while staying off-grid and living green? Drop by the University of Alicante

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-09-06-stand-alone-desalinating-drinking-water-system-runs-on-solar-energy-can-be-used-in-off-grid-location.html

08/25/2018 / By Rita Winters

If you ever find yourself lost in the wilderness, one of the first things you need to have is water.

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-25-survival-tips-when-collecting-potable-drinking-water-in-the-wilderness.html

08/23/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Drinking at least eight 8-oz. glasses of water a day (which is equivalent to two liters) has always been the

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-23-water-intake-do-you-know-how-much-you-need-every-day.html

08/20/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Water is essential and good for your health, but sometimes it can be bad for you too. Contaminants, microscopic organisms,

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-20-6-reasons-you-should-be-filtering-your-water.html

08/12/2018 / By Russel Davis

Water is an essential commodity, especially during trying times such as emergencies and natural disasters, due to its many roles

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-12-how-to-secure-water-during-an-emergency-disaster.html

08/09/2018 / By Edsel Cook

An old water treatment technology called slow sand filters could be making a comeback – and the older filters would

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-09-old-biological-filters-work-better-than-new-water-treatments-according-to-swedish-study.html

08/09/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

Yes, water can go bad. Those who have traveled will know that water can taste different depending on where you

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-09-do-you-know-how-long-its-safe-to-store-drinking-water.html

08/06/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Water pollution is on the rise globally. However, available methods that destroy pollutants in water use expensive and complex high-power lasers.

http://www.waterfilters.news/2018-08-06-breaking-down-water-pollutants-in-water-naturally.html

Popular Articles