How Does Industry Measure Water Quality?

One of the least understood aspects of water is the measurement of quality. In it’s pure form, water has no contaminants in it. You might be surprised to find out that pure water is not natural. It doesn’t exist anywhere in nature; it can only be produced by machines; and because it refuses to remain pure for even a nanosecond, it is very complicated and expensive to keep pure water,…

How To Read A Water Analysis

As we strive to learn more about the water we drink, being able to make sense of our local water analyses grows more important than ever. Here are a few tips on making sense of these reports. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) – This is a representative number to convey the total amount of ions, also called metals, salts, or electrolytes that contaminate the water. The EPA recommends a maximum level…