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Posted: April 5, 2021
What’s in your water? Many people think that the water supplied by municipal water departments is already treated and doesn’t need any additional help. While it’s true that city water must meet certain aesthetic and health regulations, it’s usually far from perfect. Chlorine has been used by cities to make water safe to drink for...
Posted: March 9, 2021
DROP Commercial Water Treatment Products are engineered for facilities and large homes that use a large amount of water where both water quality and cutting edge control of your water system are top priorities.  Using the DROP App, our DROP Commercial Products allow the user to completely monitor and...
Posted: February 16, 2021
Protect Modes is a recent feature introduced by DROP. Protect Modes replaces the original long flow notification and shutoff settings. The DROP system keeps track of how long your water is running, and takes action based on the mode selection and the easily customized settings you have set for each mode. The new...
Posted: December 4, 2018
Water conservation is a hot topic these days. For municipalities and big companies that use large amounts of water, conservation measures can add up to monumental savings and significant environmental impact. But for the average homeowner, how important is it to save water, really? Especially if you don’t live in a drought-prone area, you might...
Posted: November 30, 2018
Ten thousand gallons. That’s a lot of water — about three months’ worth for the average American, including all drinking, showering, laundry, dishes and outdoor watering needs. Yet that’s how much water the average household could be wasting in a year due to leaks in the home, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In a world where...