Friday, February 4, 2011

Are You Satisfied with Your Water? Check to See If It Is Treated With RO.

Go to your sink and pour yourself a glass of water. Study the way the water looks, smells and tastes. Is the water murky? Do you notice an odor coming from it? Does it taste "off"?

If you answered yes to any of the above, reverse osmosis might be an option to provide your community clean, pure drinking water.

Reverse osmosis, or RO, is the process of removing impurities from water by passing it through a porous membrane.

Five Reasons Why RO Might Benefit Your Community:

1. RO removes organic chemicals, excessive minerals, salts and dissolved solids from a liquid. This is very beneficial to people on restricted potassium or sodium diets since RO removes all excessive potassium and sodium.

2. Water treated by RO smells and tastes better.

3. The RO filtration process allows water to hydrate the body quicker which is helpful during exercise and the warm, summer months.

4. In areas short of clean drinking water, RO is an effective desalination agent--it removes impurities from the sea, ocean and groundwater. RO reduces the salt content to a normal, drinkable level.

5. RO removes certain biological contaminants from water such as pathogens and bacteria that are harmful when consumed.


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Emily said...

Hello! I have enjoyed reading your blogs. I love reverse osmosis water. It's definitely a great way to purify the stuff that keeps us alive! Thanks for posting :).