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Wall Street Gushes Over Gray Water

gray water

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal published an article about gray water. This type of recycling takes used water from bathtubs, showers, and sinks for lawn irrigation purposes. It filters the water after use and repurposes it to help lawns, gardens, and trees grow without using more water.

Californians have started to adopt this method of saving water in their homes. Businesses who sell and install gray water systems have increased their sales by 200%.  The only downfall to these systems is that they can cost anywhere from $100 to $10,000 hard-earned dollars (or more).

But to some, the cost is worth it to save our environment. Ever since the drought started to effect the West Coast 4 years ago, Californians have been finding ways to save water and cut back on consumption. Sustainable water technology has also grown exponentially. Now there are many ways to save water in your home.

An alternative to using gray water is buying a water filter system for your entire home that reuses backwash water. If your filter recycles your water before it goes through your house, you’ll be preemptively saving water and preventing your family from using tap water (which has chemicals and contaminants).

To learn more about home water filter systems, check out this site. To learn more about gray water and how it’s starting to sweep California, visit the link below for the Wall Street Journal article.

Source & Image:

Wall Street Journal. Gray Water Brings Lush Lawns Without the Guilt. 13 August 2015. http://www.wsj.com/articles/gray-water-brings-lush-lawns-without-the-guilt-1439474433

Wall Street Journal Reports “Witching Hours”

Chronobiology is the study of the body’s internal clock mechanisms. Research on this topic has become more popular in recent years due to the fact that some times in the day have been proven to be better than others for taking medicine; the way that it is absorbed into the body, the way that the body recognizes it, and how it affects its internal processes. Circadian rhythm, the 24-hour clock that your body is used to for day-night activities, helps regulate and dictate these factors.

Researchers have found that it is more common to have a heart attack in the morning, seizure in the afternoon, and asthma attack in the evening. Of course, if your genes are more prone to having these symptoms, you’re more likely to have one of these episodes. Check out this illustration that the Wall Street Journal posted explaining “The Worst Times of Day for Your Health”…

Wall St Journal Witching Hours

To help the chances of having any complications with your health, you should be eating a healthy and balanced diet, exercising, drinking enough water, and not taking any unnecessary medications.   For more information on water and health, check out the rest of our blog and visit our website filtercon.com

Source:

Wall Street Journal, June 2nd, 2015. “Your Body’s Witching Hours” http://www.wsj.com/articles/your-bodys-witching-hours-1433198297