Water For Life


Why I Do This?
After many years of treating my body like a  human trash bag, eating everything in sight, It finally  caught up with me. I was diagnosed with failing kidneys, high blood pressure, diabetes  and I was over weight. Well, imagine if I made my body go to waste like that, image what I was doing to the planet.

Yes I was not recycling, I was not using the proper disposal system for oil, batteries and empty water bottles. .  Well, I did the  most amazing thing, I drop 80 lbs, got my blood pressure and diabetes under control. I vow that I will treat my body right for the rest of time I have left on earth.
What can I do to make a difference? 
I  wanted to help people make better choices. I wanted to make an impact in peoples life.  I decided to talk to people about how we are destroying the planet. I wanted to show people that if they take the time to treat their body better, they would help to save the planet.  So I started at the top, I started with water. Everything  that we eat is made up of water, but the water we are drinking is not pure. That is why so many Americans spend so much money on bottle  water. What we did not know is that most bottle water is as bad as top water. Did You know that some empty bottles end up in land fill?  Bottle water left in hot cars is bad to drink when it cools down. Some of these bottle water are imported from foreign countries. When they ship these bottles to USA, they come by sea, imagine the pollution that is created by big freighter.  If you were to test most of the bottle waters on the market, you would be shock to see some of the test result.  I am here to make your water pure again.
What we are doing?
We are going around to every home and offer the home owners a free water test, You are under no obligation to make a purchase. But you owe it to yourself to know what is in the water you are using. Call 1.855.444.1991


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The Flint water crisis
Began in 2014 when the Flint River became the drinking water source for the city of Flint, Michigan. Due to insufficient water treatment, over 100,000 residents were potentially exposed to high levels of lead in the drinking water. A federal state of emergency was declared in January 2016 and Flint residents were instructed to use only bottled or filtered water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and bathing. As of early 2017, the water quality had returned to acceptable levels; however, residents were instructed to continue to use bottled or filtered water until all the lead pipes have been replaced, which is expected to be completed no sooner than 2020. More than half the resident of Flint are now using bottle water. When you drive around Flint, you can see the empty bottles in the land fill.
Ozonation is used by many European countries and also in a few municipalities in the United States and Canada. This alternative is more cost effective but energy intensive. It involves ozone being bubbled through the water, breaking down all parasites, bacteria, and all other harmful organic substances. However, this method leaves no residual ozone to control contamination of the water after the process has been completed.[18]
The advantage of chlorine in comparison to ozone is that the residual persists in the water for an extended period of time. This feature allows the chlorine to travel through the water supply system, effectively controlling pathogenic backflow contamination. In a large system this may not be adequate, and so chlorine levels may be boosted at points in the distribution system, or chloramine may be used, which remains in the water for longer before reacting or dissipating.

UV radiation
UV disinfection is gaining popularity. UV treatment leaves minimal residue in the water. In water UV generates ozone in situ and thus has many of the advantages of ozone disinfection. However, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation alone (as well as chlorination alone) will not remove toxins from bacteria, pesticides, heavy metals, etc. from water.



Hard Water Test
Hard water is water with certain impurities in it. Most homes have hard water coming into them. We should care because it costs us a lot of money. It damages our appliances, it cause scale built up in our pipe lines and we use up to double the detergent and lotion for our skin. Not to mention how dry and unhealthy our skin looks.
"Hard water". We hear the term used a lot; but how many of us know what it means? Hard water does not refer to ice (although I’ll grant you that ice is hard).
According to the Water Quality Association (WQA), the most common water quality problem reported by consumers throughout the U.S. is hard water.
Hard water is a term used to describe water with certain impurities in it. In its purest form, water is just the Hydrogen and Oxygen (H2O) that we all learned about in school. Hard water generally has Calcium and/or Magnesium in it. These are the things that cause the hard water problems. But how does Calcium and Magnesium get into our water in the first place?
Because most of our water supply comes from groundwater, it travels through rock and soil picking up minerals, including calcium and magnesium along the way.
As this hard water works its way through our pipes and appliances, deposits of Calcium and Magnesium get left behind coating everything the water touches. This includes hot water heaters, dishwashers, clothes washers, shower heads, bathtubs, sinks, faucets, clothing and even us.
The result of all this hardness is increased costs to us. These increased costs show up in many different ways. Appliances like washing machines, dishwashers, refrigerators and hot water heaters work less efficiently and breakdown sooner. Fixtures like faucets, showerheads and toilets get a hard buildup, clog and can fail. Our cars, shower doors, glasses, dishes, sinks and tubs get coated with a visible scale caused by the hardness impurities left behind when water evaporates. We wind up using more coffee, tea, milk, sugar, etc. to overcome the taste of the impurities in our drinks.
Removing the hardness impurities from our water lets it work more effectively. We wind up with a huge savings in costs for soaps, detergents, shampoos, coffee, tea, juices, etc. and greatly reduced wear on our appliances and fixtures. For many of us, the cost of removing the hardness is actually less than leaving the water alone.
What Can I Do?
The best thing you can do to find out the quality of your water is to seek out the advice of a reputable water dealer. You should expect to get a free, no obligation to buy anything test of your water. If the dealer finds issues, you should ask for recommendations so you can make an intelligent decision about your alternatives. A good dealer will be able to make recommendations that match your water, your lifestyle and solutions properly. Like a doctor, no one should prescribe a solution without first diagnosing the problem. Your test may reveal that you are fine but without one, you won’t know. Call 1.8555.444.1991