For the benefits of all Americans, Green Water Technologies in Texas offers a few long-held myths about water treatment and addresses each one in order to give further advice and guidance about the state of the industry.
Purity of Bottled Water
Although many people believe that bottled water sold at grocery stores across the country is safe, it may actually contain several chemicals and contaminants, reports Green Water Technologies. The water in brand-named products could include traces of aluminum, bacteria and chloride, among other harsh contaminants. Continue reading
Scientists are investigating the benefits of a water softener in terms of alleviating eczema symptoms in young children, reports the team at Green Water Technologies. In a study by the U.S. Department of Health, researchers seek to understand the differing effects of soft (conditioned) and hard (unconditioned) water on a person’s skin. The results could signal the need for today’s families to introduce a water softener like the GE Pro Elite into their homes.
Green Water Technologies notes that eczema has been consistently found in areas where hard (unconditioned) water is present. Eczema typically occurs on the neck, face, and the insides of ankles, knees and elbows. Affected areas often appear scaly, thickened and dry. In infants, this itchy and annoying rash may produce a crusting, oozing condition with patches on various parts of the body such as the neck, scalp, legs, forearms, cheeks and forehead. Continue reading
Water softeners named one of the very best household appliances by Battelle Memorial Institute, reports Green Water Technologies.
Hard water has been found to damage appliances. According to Green Water Technologies, this is one of the findings of a recent study commissioned by the Water Quality Research Foundation and executed by Battelle Memorial Institute. Green Water Technologies says the study indicates that hard, unconditioned water is a contributing factor to appliance failure, landfill overuse, and increased energy consumption.
Green Water Technologies describes Battelle as an independent research facility dedicated to the advancement of technology and the integrity of applied sciences. The study conducted by Battelle supports Green Water Technologies in its quest to help Texas residents lead greener, healthier lives by hitting on certain key points.
Green Water Technologies is an authorized dealer of the Pro Elite™ system, a professional-level water treatment product offered by General Electric (GE). GE has recognized Green Water Technologies as a top-level sales and service provider for this system, noting its exceptional ability to inform others about the exciting features and benefits of this water treatment system.
As Green Water Technologies tells customers, the Pro Elite conditions water using sophisticated resin media, which attract undesirable minerals, foul odors and tastes, some chemicals such as chlorine and remove them from the water as it passes through the tank. Household water is then fully conditioned by the time it reaches family members, resulting in professional-level water treatment right at home.
Green Water Technologies has a dedicated team of licensed professional water treatment specialists who are committed to providing the best equipment and expert service to consumers in San Antonio and the South Texas area.
Q: What is water softening?
Green Water Technologies: It is the process of removing calcium and certain minerals that damage appliances, diminish the cleaning ability of detergents, and leave residue on clothing, dishes, glass, porcelain, tile and other household items.
There are a number of reasons why water supplied to homes can be less than satisfactory. Here a representative of Green Water Technologies discusses some of the problems water can present and what homeowners can do about it.
Q: Does a bad taste or odor in city water present a health risk?
Green Water Technologies: Generally speaking, water treated at a municipal plant will not present health problems. However, it can acquire impurities along the system of pipes that it traverses in order to get to people’s homes that may make the water less appealing.