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Monthly News Round-up: August

Aquatiere have filtered through the news to bring you a monthly news round-up of the latest headlines and developments in water filtration, treatment, and conservation. Pollution Plastic Wet Wipe Ban Around 90% of wet wipes on the UK market still contain plastic. Not only is this bad news for plastic pollution in general but the

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How to Remove Limescale

Limescale is a chalky residue that builds up around taps and appliances. Whilst it’s not made up of anything toxic, it can cause havoc on your kettles, dishwashers and washing machines. Limescale is basically mineral deposits left behind when hard water evaporates. Depending on where you live, limescale could be more of a serious problem

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Receding hairline

Hair Loss and Hard Water

Hair loss can have a negative effect on self-confidence and cause anxiety. Hairs circling the shower drain or clogging up your comb can spark worries about health. Not only that but, the way we choose to wear our hair is huge part of our own personal style and identity. That’s why if hair loss starts

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Weighing scales

Water and Weight Loss

Is there a link between water and weight loss? We’ll explore the science behind how water can indeed help you to reach a healthy weight goal. Weight Loss: The Basics Maintaining a healthy weight is down to many factors. The food you eat, alcohol consumption, general activity level and health status can all effect bodyweight.

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Water footprint

Water Footprint: What is it?

We have all heard about carbon footprints but do you know what a water footprint is? We’ll discuss what it’s all about, how it affects you and the lifestyle choices you make. So, what is a water footprint? UNESCO introduced the idea of a water footprint as a concept in 2002. Its purpose was to

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Monthly News Round Up: July

Aquatiere have filtered through the headlines to bring you a news round up for July. Read on for the latest developments in water filtration, conservation and innovation. Pollution Unlimited Fines for Polluters Polluters will now face unlimited penalties for the damage they cause to the environment. The Government has confirmed that Environment Agency (EA) and

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Car drinking water

Water and Your Pet’s Health

Adequate hydration is as vital to your pet’s health as it is to your own. Animal or human, we all need water to ensure we are keeping our bodies functioning at their best. Deprive your pet of a sufficient source of water and they will be at risk of dehydration. Therefore you need to provide

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sports drink

Make Your Own Electrolyte Drinks

Ditch the premade sports drinks and check out 5 healthier home-made electrolyte drinks to keep you hydrated this summer! Keeping your fluid levels topped up whilst training is all the more important during summer. The higher temperatures lead to increased sweating and risk of dehydration. Research has shown that physical and mental performance can suffer

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Monthly News Round Up: June

Aquatiere have filtered through the news to bring you a roundup of the headlines for June. Read on for the latest developments in water filtration, conservation and treatment. Pollution A total of five toxic chemicals have been detected in the River Gipping in Suffolk recently. These chemicals do not occur naturally and are recent man-made

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