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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...
Posted: August 21, 2018
Do you live in a drought-prone area with water restriction mandates? Are you worried about high water bills? Or, are you simply concerned about misuse of water for environmental reasons? Whatever your motivation to save water, a good place to start is by looking at your uses of water in daily life and finding ways to save.   The most effective...
Posted: June 26, 2018
  Have you noticed your water bill creeping higher lately? It’s not your imagination. Between ongoing drought and/or failing infrastructure in many areas of the country, the cost of water is rising faster than the rate of inflation. An average increase in water prices of 5.5 percent per year is hitting many homeowners directly in the pocketbook —...
Posted: May 18, 2018
WC&P Prints "The Evolution of Water Treatment" Recently in WC&P Magazine, we wrote an article on "The Evolution of Water Treatment". In the article Bill Chandler described how technology has been advancing not only in industries like the automobile industry, but with water treatment itself. Drop is at the forefront of this technology shift...