Well Water Test Kits The Key to a Happier, Healthier Self and Business

Written by Wall Street News on September 15th, 2016. Posted in Water quality indicators definition, Water resistivity, Water testing kits

Water quality indicators definition

It is a universal truth that managing your effort and spreading out tasks is the best way to pursue success. There are many things that can apply under that idea. There’s time management with school assignments, there’s keeping a consistent record of your taxes, and there’s regularly using well water test kits to maintain your water supply.

Concerning the last note on that list, managing your effort can actually be the key toward maintaining a healthy life and environment. Staying up-to-date with your water supply means making sure that not only the water for you and your family is drinkable and usable, but also it means the elimination of contaminated water in our ecosystem and in our water-related businesses. Statistically, about 3.1 percent of deaths are caused by unsafe water suppl

What a Water Conductivity Monitor Can Tell You about Water Quality

Written by Wall Street News on February 29th, 2016. Posted in Conductivity monitor, Water quality testing kits, Water resistivity

Water conductivity monitor

Access to quality drinking water is a problem for billions of people across the planet. Inadequate santitation is the leading cause of water contiamination worldwide. As a result, at least 2.5 billion people lack access to decent water. This is one of the reasons that diarrheal disease kills more children under five years old than tuberculosis, HIV and malaria combined. Even in areas where santitation is available, not all water is pure enough to consume. In the United States, nearly 44% of all streams, 64% of all lacks and 30% of bays and estuaries have water that is clean and pure enough for fishing and swimming. Water quality is everyone’s problem. One way to measure the purety of a sample of water is to use a water conductivity monitor.

A water conductivity monitor measures how much