For the first time in a decade, Sydney Water is enforcing water restrictions to individuals and businesses. Dam storage levels are now at 53% capacity, down from 95% two years ago.
So, what does hard and soft water mean? The hardness comes from contact with minerals rich in calcium, magnesium and carbonates that the water passes through. At WFA, we explain which is better for you.
It doesn’t make sense, but it’s true… you are more likely to become dehydrated during winter. In cold weather, the body’s thirst response diminishes by up to 40%, even when you are dehydrated.
Why are Australians so obsessed with buying something they can get for free at home? In 2015, we spent $2 billion on bottled water. At WFA, we share the real costs of bottled water and why filtered water is better.
It’s the drink that everyone is obsessed with… lemon water. Every celebrity under the sun boasts that they start their day with it. Benefits include weight loss and improved digestion.
Australia’s current dietary guidelines don’t recommend that we drink a specific amount of water. We should simply ‘drink plenty of water’. The guidelines also encourage us to opt for water over juices, soft drinks, cordials or the like.
Water is vital to every human being to maintain our bodily systems. We have been dependant on finding clean drinking water from the beginning of time. WFA shares the history of water filters.
There are several types of water filter systems on the market like water filter jugs, fridge filtration systems and bench top filters. If you’re looking to minimise clutter, your best bet is an undersink filtration system.
After the summer holidays many parents are relieved to hear the school bell! But for many, ‘back to school’ means back to searching for healthy school lunches. We highlight some filtered water benefits for your kids.
Don’t delay, you and your family can be enjoying safe, clean, fresh drinking water in no time.