Have you ever thought about the difference between a Brita/refrigerator filtration system and an under-the sink alkaline/whole house water filtration system? Believe it or not, there is a huge difference. Most Brita systems/refrigerator water systems have carbon filters that take out chlorine and some fluoride, but do not remove bacteria from local city water. However, most under-the-sink alkaline systems and whole house water filtration systems do remove bacteria as well as arsenals, heavy leads, and chlorine. These systems are good for skin and hair because the water is cleaned to a degree where no harmful contaminants are absorbed into your skin. After 15 minutes in a shower with regular tap water, your body absorbs 63% of everything in the water. If there are microorganisms, heavy metals, and contaminants, your body is taking in all of those harmful agents.
Water filtration systems aren’t just a product with a one-time use, they’re products that can be used every day and increase your lifestyle and health overall. Because filtration companies are selling a product that enhances people’s lives, they feel good about their products, and you should too.
“Remember, [they] are not selling a water system; [they’re] selling health and wellness, providing a safety net, making the world a cleaner place, preventing waste, preparing children for a brighter future, and saving consumers from wasting money. With a water system, people will feel better, they will look better, and they will live in a better environment.”
How do water filtration system companies create value that encourages people to buy their systems? There are two ways; using advertisement methods or working by referral. Many high-quality water filtration companies like Filtercon Technologies don’t have time to waste on advertisement, so we work through referral and targeting specific groups of people. New homeowners are the top response group for filtration companies like ours because, well, they’re in a new place and need a system to filter the water in their new home. By targeting homeowners that are knowledgeable about water health and are passionate about living healthy lives, quality water filtration companies can create connections with clients and give them the most for their money. Filtercon Technologies uses this method so that our quality water filters can reach these specific groups of people.
If you’d like t0 learn more about water filtration and Filtercon’s water systems, check out our website http://www.filtercon.com or call our toll-free number at 800-550-1995.
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It’s inevitable that every system and process on Earth results in some sort of pollution. But thanks to an increase in education about water pollution, presently this is a growing concern. The definition of water pollution is a change in the quality of water, whether it be chemical, physical, or biological. Effects pollution can be harmful to those drinking or using it and particularly dangerous to humans.
Water pollution, ironically enough, mostly stems from human impact. Oil tankers and mines contribute greatly to water pollution. Other human sources include factories or sewage treatment plants.
How do can you tell if the water near you is polluted? Well, you can’t tell just by looking at it. The only sure way is to scientifically test a small sample. Many companies, like Filtercon for example, offer test kits to test your water at home for water pollution.
Here are some simple thing you can do in your life to prevent water from being polluted:
Rainwater can wash unsafe substances into nearby rivers, oceans, and other bodies of water. For this reason, try buying products that are not harmful to the environment. This includes BPA-free bottles, artificial air fresheners and disinfectants, chemical fertilizers, and flame retardants. You can find products that aren’t harmful to the environment in most local stores. If you use toxic products, simply dispose of them correctly (take them to hazardous waste sites) so they do not cause water pollution. Make sure that you aren’t dumping chemicals down the drain and check out your city’s local hazardous waste dropoff site.
Motor Oil and Cooking Oil
A good practice is not to allow your car to drip motor oil on the ground. Contact your local waste site and ask them when you can dispose of it properly to them. The same goes for cooking oil and paint, it’s a good idea not to put it down faucet. Many restaurants have a grease bin where they dispose of their cooking oil. If you can’t find a place to properly dispose of your cooking oil, ask a restaurant close by.
The best type of yard fertilizer for your yard is a non-toxic fertilizer, like compost. Toxic fertilizers turn into ocean and lake pollution when it rains. They can also be absorbed in the water supply, which is a result of poor drainage in the yard. It’s also good to not overwater your yard if you are using toxic fertilizer.
When walking your dog, clean up after him/her. It is courtesy, of course, but their stool sometimes can find their way to our water supply.
Some people use their toilet as a garbage can. Please do not make this mistake. It is polluting to add items like dirty diapers, sanitary napkins, and tampon applicators to your toilet drainage. These items could end up polluting the ocean and can damage the water treatment effort.
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Here at Filtercon Technologies, the most important part of our day is interacting with our customers. We have a sales team that genuinely wants the best for our community; to have more people drinking clean water and living healthier lives. How do we make that happen on a daily basis? Well, we’ve built our company to be well-known by locals, and we work by referral. Filtercon completely trusts in our water filtration systems and believes that our customers are getting the best water possible for their health. Because our water is so clean and pure, our customers believe in us too, and they recommend us to their family and friends. If you own a business that works on a smaller scale or targets a specific audience, this is the way to go! Here are some reasons why it’s great to work by referral:
Relationships > sales.
So many people in the sales world want to meet you quickly, give you their sales pitch quickly, and close the deal immediately. In our small business, we know we wouldn’t want to be treated that way. So we take the opposite approach and get to know our clients and what they need. No customer deserves to be taken advantage of because they don’t know the ins and outs of sales. That’s why we give our customers the knowledge they need to make an informed decision and let them do the rest. When they buy and love our product, they refer us to their friends and family. It’s a genuine approach that works on the basis of trust in our product. That’s why we work by referral.
You control my business.
When we meet people we want to do business with, they usually want to do business with us as well. We earn your trust and know that your future referrals are given because you believe in our product as much as we do. Talking to their friends and family about our product is not something we push on our customers, they want to do so.
Service continues after the sale.
Small businesses work with a target audience of clients, we don’t want to be working with masses of people who we don’t know and don’t trust. If we did, we wouldn’t be able to provide you with the services that we value and we wouldn’t be able to connect you with other great businesses. We give you important information before we sell our product to you, work hard so that when you buy our product you can use it to the best of its ability, and continue to provide you with any information you need anytime after.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WORKING BY REFERRAL:
“90% of consumers worldwide said they are most likely to trust the recommendations of the people they know, a figure that was well above any other form of advertising, according to recent market research conducted by The Neilson Company.”
Filtercon Technologies is a full-line water filtration company based in San Diego, California. Our systems purify your water but keep in the healthy minerals that your body needs. Check out our website, filtercon.com and see what doctors and health professionals recommend us!
“Why I Work By Referral”, Sea Cost Exclusive Properties’ Client Appreciation Program Newsletter, San Diego, CA (9 March 2015)
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The San Deigo Union Tribune printed this article in the Tuesday paper:
US URGES LOWER FLUORIDE LEVELS IN WATER
“The government is lowering the recommended amount of fluoride in drinking water because some kids are getting too much, causing white splotches on their teeth. It’s the first change since the government urged cities to add fluoride to water supplies to prevent tooth decay more than 50 years ago. Now, fluoride is put in toothpaste, mouthwash, and other products. One study found that about 2 out of 5 adolescents had tooth streaking or spottiness. It’s primarily a cosmetic issue, said Deputy Surgeon General Boris Lushniak, in announcing the new standard Monday. The mineral fluoride is in water and soil. About 70 years ago, scientists discovered that people whose drinking water naturally had more fluoride also had fewer cavities. Grand Rapids, Mich., became the world’s first city to add fluoride to its drinking water in 1945. Six years later, a study found a dramatic decline in tooth decay among children there, and the U.S. surgeon general endorsed water fluoridation. Today, about 75 percent of Americans get fluoridated water. But adding fluoride was-and has remained-controversial. Opponents argue its health effects aren’t completely understood and that adding it amounts to an unwanted medication. Since 1962, the government has recommended a range of 0.7 milligrams per liter for warmer climates where people drink more water to 1.2 milligrams in cooler areas. The new standard is 0.7 for all areas.”
With this information, it’s clear that you should rethink your position on drinking city water that has added fluoride without filtering it. Since fluoride became approved by the surgeon general, it has gotten more popular in products that help take care of your teeth: toothpaste, mouthwash, and varnishes. So how can you get less fluoride in your water? Filtercon’s
water treatment systems. Filtercon Technologies, based out of Mission Valley in San Diego, has a water treatment system for your home that removes harsh chemicals and contaminants that your city water automatically contains. It filters water that flows throughout all of the pipes in your house: your shower, faucets, and even hoses outside. Visit our website and watch the video below to learn more (click on link to watch video).
Source: San Diego Union Tribune, Tuesday April 28th
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How did you celebrate Earth Day on Wednesday? If you participated in this environmentally conscious holiday, you weren’t alone. Over 190 countries in the world vowed to protect their planet in 2015. Many events took place all over the world, including a carnival and beach cleanup in Madagascar, collection of litter around the Great Wall of China, and an environmental film festival right here in our very own state of California. Some of you are thinking, “But Earth Day is only one day!” And to those, I say you’re wrong. We should be celebrating Earth Day every day! In the United States, California has been hit with a serious drought. So to be extra conscious about our drought and continue in the Earth Day spirit, I’m giving you 8 ways to be water-wise every day!
1) Turn off the faucet!
- Turning off your faucet when brushing your teeth can save a lot of water. Little steps like these may seem small, but add up and are effective on a larger scale.
2) Buy a filtering water bottle.
- Buying a reusable water bottle rather than buying single bottles of water can save a lot of money. But, buying a filtered water bottle can save a lot of money and also be beneficial to your health. It’s important to filter the chemicals out of faucet water so that you don’t ingest them. We recommend our Filtercon one that filters 300 bottles worth of water.
3) Make sure your pool/pond is equipped with a re-circulating pump.
- Re-circulating pumps help by putting pool/pond water back into it when it doesn’t need to be cleaned. These settings are usually in use when no one is using it and can save hundreds of gallons of water.
4) Take shorter showers.
- Limiting your shower time to less than 5 or 10 minutes can really help conserve water in your home. So wash, rinse, and get out!
5) Water your grass less.
- Everyone likes to keep a healthy lawn, but over-watering your grass can not only waste water, it also doesn’t even help because the top water evaporates quickly! Watering 1-2 times weekly is enough.
6) Only run the dishwasher when full.
- Turing on your dishwasher once a day can be extremely wasteful, especially when you’re only cleaning a couple of dishes! So fill your dishwasher until it’s full before pressing Start.
7) Encourage others!
- Teaching others how to be water-conscious maximizes the amount of water saved tenfold! So start right now by showing your family how to use less water with the other 7 steps shown here.
8) Buy a sustainable filtered water system
- Did you know that buying a sustainable filtered water system can save you money, time, and increase your health? Filtercon Technologies has a whole-house system that can put clean, filtered water into every spout in your house. Check out how our advanced technology works by clicking on the link below and scrolling down to the video at the bottom of the page!
How Filtercon Technologies whole-house system works
If you want to learn more ways to conserve water in your daily life, wateruseitwisely.com has can show you 100+ ways to save water. Let’s celebrate Earth Day every day!
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Columbia, SC (WLTX) – The City of Columbia Water Works has issued a boil water advisory for customers of Zoe’s Kitchen on 4855 Forest Drive and Schianos on 4839 Forest Drive.
Customers should to vigorously boil their water for at least one full minute prior to drinking or cooking.
City officials advise any residents near the affected area who have lost water and/or water pressure to vigorously boil their water for at least one full minute prior to drinking or cooking. Also, any ice made from water that has not been boiled should not be used for drinking purposes.
The City of Columbia has experienced a 2″ Two inch water line break which could possibly result in bacterial contamination of the water at Zoe’s Kitchen and Schianos.
The City of Columbia Water Works is presently working to correct the problem.
All food processors and restaurants should comply with prescribed USDA and SC DHEC recommendations, respectively. Should you have any questions pertaining to this advisory, please call the Lexington/Richland County Environmental Services at 896-0620 or the South Carolina Hospitality Association at 765-9000.
The City of Columbia Customer Care Call Center, 545-3300, may answer other inquiries concerning this Advisory.
Original Link: WLTX
American consumers drink more bottled water every year, in part because they think it is somehow safer or better than tap water. They collectively spend hundreds or thousands of dollars more per gallon for water in a plastic bottle than they would for the H20 flowing from their taps. Rather than buying into this myth of purity in a bottle, consumers should drink from the tap. Bottled water generally is no cleaner, or safer, or healthier than tap water. In fact, the federal government requires far more rigorous and frequent safety testing and monitoring of municipal drinking water.
In some cases, beverage companies use misleading labels, including marketing bottled tap water as spring water. In fact, as much as 40 percent of bottled water is bottled tap water.
Furthermore, the production of bottled water causes many equity, public health, and environmental problems. The big beverage companies often take water from municipal or underground sources that local people depend on for drinking water. Producing the plastic bottles uses energy and emits toxic chemicals. Transporting the bottled water across hundreds or thousands of miles spews carbon dioxide into the air, complicating our efforts to combat global climate change. And in the end, empty bottles are piling up in landfills.