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March 22nd is World Water Day. How Does Plumbing Infrastructure Help Ensure More People Have Access to Clean Water?
Every year, on March 22, the United Nations observes World Water Day. This date was selected to represent the approximately 2.2 billion people worldwide who lack access to clean water and adequate sanitation resources like indoor plumbing. This year, the theme of World Water Day surrounds valuing water, and asking people what access to fresh water means to them. To contribute to this important day, Aqua Wolf wants to share some information about ...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
It’s happened to all of us - you’re standing in the shower only to realize you’ve got water up to your ankles. That’s a normal occurrence, but that doesn’t mean it’s something you should put up with! Sometimes, a simple drain snake just won’t cut it, and chemical drain cleaners can do more harm than good. When you get a badly clogged drain, you need to call in the professionals! Today, we’ll talk about the benefits of professional drain...Alex "Solar Girl" Steeleread more
Mineral deposits, or hard water deposits, occur when there are high levels of calcium, iron, copper, and magnesium in said water. Hard water is formed when minerals are picked up underground as it passes through rocks and soils creating “hard water.” Eventually, the hard water enters into the water supply making its way into the homes of millions of people. Hard water is abundant- over 85% of the water in the US is hard water, but don’t worry!...Caroline "EPC Extraordinaire" Coppolaread more
Porcelain throne, water closet, the john; there are many different names for one of mankind's most hygienic inventions: the toilet. Invented in 1775 by Alexander Cummings, the modern toilet was not the first toilet to feature running water, however, it was the first model to contain the “s” shaped pipe we see today. While toilets haven’t changed much in the past 200 years, most people with access to toilets still don't know how they function. If ...Caroline "EPC Extraordinaire" Coppolaread more
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