Do you struggle to keep up your daily water intake? Are you bored with drinking endless cups of water to stay hydrated? Why not add some natural ingredients to give the flavour of your filtered water a boost and keep you hydrated!
When it comes to looking after the environment, we all play our part. And you don’t need to go off the grid. When we all make small changes, they do add up. Here are ten ways you can help the environment with filtered water.
In the world of beverages, kombucha tea is clearly having its moment. The sweet tangy flavoured drink is everywhere – in cafes, pubs and supermarkets. Making a kombucha recipe at home is easy and cheap!
Water is essential for life: drinking, cooking or staying clean. Without fresh water we simply wouldn’t survive. At WFA, we share everyday uses for filtered water that you and your family can enjoy.
What happens when you are working from home? Zoom is there for the conversation part… and we’re here with some tips for bringing some of the conveniences of the workplace into your home environment.
The debate over fluoride in water has been raging for some time. At WFA, we believe in keeping all the good stuff in water and only taking the bad stuff out. That’s why our water filters don’t remove fluoride in your water.
Every day, we’re flooded with information, advice and opinions on what we should be doing. And sometimes it can be hard to differentiate between the myths. We run through the common myths about COVID-19.
We all know that water is an essential part of life, but do you really know the facts? We’ve created a helpful guide on filtered water to give you the real deal on how much you and your family need to drink.
The Green Wattle Creek bushfire has sparked a big-time concern about our water supply. The fires are burning about 15km south west of Warragamba Dam, which accounts for nearly 80% of Sydney’s water supply.
Don’t delay, you and your family can be enjoying safe, clean, fresh drinking water in no time.