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Does Filtered Water Taste Better?

In Uncategorized, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Imagine that there are two glasses of water sitting in front of you. They are equally as clear and apparently devoid of contaminants. At first glance, these two glasses of water are completely identical in every way except for one: the taste. One of the glasses contains filtered water, whereas the other glass contains water from a public source and has …

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Importance of Renewable Cleaning Products

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Did you know that the average American throws away 185 pounds of plastic every year? We don’t really think about how much plastic products we use on a day-to-day basis, because the material is so pervasive in our society. What’s more, because plastic doesn’t biodegrade like plant-derived materials, cleaning products and the packaging they ship in deserve to be viewed …

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3 Best Practices for Home Filtration

In Uncategorized, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Adding water filtration to a home is a serious project; if not spec’d and installed correctly, a filtration system can end up being a costly mistake instead of a solution to water problems. When going about the task of selecting equipment and installers for your own water filtration system, it’s good to keep in mind a few key things in …

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What Exactly is Ultraviolet Sterilization?

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There is more than just one way to sterilize water. You may think that one of those ways is simply to heat the water to the boiling point, thus removing all of the harmful pathogens and microbes, right? While boiling water does eliminate most harmful microbes, it is not very energy efficient and it doesn’t completely eliminate everything. In fact, …

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The LeverEdge Enhances the Company’s Resources with New Hire

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The LeverEdge announced today that John Alger, a professional engineer, has joined the company to further develop the growing need for engineering and design services. The company manufactures and distributes solar pool, solar water and solar electric systems through a network of dealers across the United States. John Alger comes with an extensive background and experience in solar thermal and …

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Bottled Water vs Filtered Water from the Tap

In Uncategorized, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

By now, you’ve probably heard a lot about the wastefulness of drinking bottled water. There is good reason to believe that mass consumption of bottled water yields a huge amount of waste, and that doesn’t bode well for our landfills and recycling centers that are already operating at maximum capacities. In fact, in the United States alone, the production of …

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The LeverEdge Appoints New Solar Pool Heating Distributor in California

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The LeverEdge is proud to announce the appointment of Celestial Solar Supply, located in Banning, CA, as Southwest Distributor for Hi-Tec and iSwim Solar Pool Heating collectors. The owner, Jon Huneycutt, and his well-seasoned staff, have over 20 years of experience in the solar pool heating industry. The organization’s expertise in sales, marketing, and installation will be a valuable resource …

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Types of Water Contamination

In Uncategorized, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Many of us take for granted the water that we consume on a daily basis. Whether we like to admit it or not, we live in a world that contains many harmful chemicals and substances that can turn ordinary drinking water into a serious health risk. While not all of us in the United States are prone to the same …