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Iron and Hydrogen Sulfide in Water

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

One of the problems of using either reclaimed water or water from an untreated source is that environmental chemicals infiltrate the water and cause unwanted properties. These properties range from the water causing rust to the water producing a ‘rotten egg’ odor in the home or business. This common struggle with water conditioning has been dealt with historically by introducing …

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Water Treatment Infrastructure Going High-Tech

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

Below the surfaces of the roads we use and the land we live on, there are thousands of miles of water-flow tubing that snake throughout the subterranean landscape. This network of critical infrastructure eventually ends at your home or business, but it’s the massive mainframe construction of relays, treatment facilities, and other water management apparatuses that we have to thank …

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The Future is Here: Digital Pool Temp Control

In News, Raise Your Solar I.Q., Water Tech by The LeverEdge

One of the most common reasons people give for not owning a pool is because it is “too much of a hassle to maintain”. Second to that, another reason offered is that pool maintenance is costly and requires monthly visits from a technician who charges a pretty penny for their services. The reality is that pool maintenance technology has come …

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Why Work with The LeverEdge?

In News, Uncategorized by The LeverEdge

We understand that you have a broad variety of options available to you when it comes time to purchase, install, and evaluate water treatment equipment. There is no shortage of quality providers of these products and services, which is why The LeverEdge has to work hard to earn your business and keep it for the long term. What distinguishes us …

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Little-known Health Benefits of Drinking Filtered Water

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

The most common reason people cite for wanting to drink filtered water is the taste. Second to that, the other most common reason people cite for wanting to drink filtered water is to avoid dangerous pathogens and organisms that may cause sickness or disease. There is good reason for this latter concern, as the NRDC (National Resources Defence Council, an …

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The LeverEdge Enhances the Company’s Resources with New Hire

In News by The LeverEdge

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 …