This week and weekend finds us about half-way through the NFL pre-season, a time many fervently anticipate since the final downs of the previous season, and many more fervently anticipate ending – so we can get to the actual season, already.
Just as everyone from the players to the coaches to the vendors will use the pre-season to get their schemes and plans in line, you can use this time to ensure that you can more effectively stay hydrated all season long.
Here are five ways to pre-hydrate during the NFL pre-season:
1. Order & Change Your Fridge Filter
When the season finally kicks off, you don’t want to be stuck serving yourself less than perfect tasting drinking water from your fridge dispenser. Read More
Earlier this year, Los Angeles began replacing the chlorine it had used for decades to disinfect its drinking water with chloramine. The reasoning behind the change is two-fold: first, chloramine is more effective as a disinfectant over longer distances; second, chloramine is less likely to be the culprit behind the creation of potentially harmful Disinfection Byproducts (DBPs.)
While its use is becoming more of a discussion point, chloramine, a combination of chlorine and ammonia, has actually been in use throughout several municipalities for decades. If you live in Denver, in fact, chloramine has been used to disinfect your drinking water since 1917. Read More
At FridgeFilters.com, historically, August and September have been slower months. The reason? Per numerous comments from our customers over the years, when it’s time to send the kids back to school, a lot of other necessary errands simply get pushed to the side. One of these errands just happens to be replacing fridge filters.
At issue with this is more than just dealing with less-than-perfect water quality for a few extra weeks (although, why deal with this if you don’t have to?) But rather, the risk is that this period of a few extra weeks can quickly become a few extra months, as the end of back to school season runs smack dab into the middle of a whole host of business, including:
Remembering to revisit one errand that you’ve put off is easy enough, but trying to lump that one errand into an already overflowing schedule is something else entirely. Read More
Whether you order a fridge filter from Maytag, Whirlpool, GE or Tier1, you will undoubtedly see some note on the filter box or packaging instructing you to replace it once about every six months.
Of course, the six months is just a guideline that can be adjusted based on your ‘water quality and usage.’
Water usage is fairly easy to wrap your head around. If you have a larger family or household, you’ll use more water, which will naturally decrease the lifespan of your fridge filter. Water quality, on the other hand is a bit more complex of a variable. Read More
Today is Earth Day, and based on the sheer volume of plastic bottled water sales, we can happily report that Americans seem more dedicated to hydration than ever.
While we are all for healthy and hydrated living, our over-reliance on plastic bottled water is just a tad troubling.
As you surf the Internet or your news feeds today, you’ll no doubt see plenty of well-meaning ‘Ban The Bottle’ messages. While we agree with the sentiment, you’ll have a very difficult time banning anything that has become a habit. A habit cannot be banned. A habit must be broken.
For this Earth Day, don’t try to go cold turkey on your plastic bottled water habit. Read More
- Chet Kumari Basnet of Gahubari, Nepal Whose Village Received A New Gravity-Flow Water Filter From WaterAid.org
Saturday, March 22nd is World Water Day – an internationally recognized occasion where solutions to provide clean drinking water for the millions in need throughout the world are concepted and acted upon.
Since its founding in the early nineties, World Water Day has grown exponentially, inspiring movements throughout the globe that are oftentimes launched and fed by social media. And when it comes to social media, the biggest kid on the block is still Facebook. As it so happens, we plan to spend some time with this kid tomorrow! Read More