FloWater on a Mission to Reduce Home Use of Plastic Water Bottles With Introduction of the FloWater Faucet Filter for the Home

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 1, 2020– FloWater today introduces FloFaucet, a home-use device that attaches to your faucet to transform ordinary tap water into clean, great-tasting, and plastic-free drinking water. FloWater has saved over 300 million single-use plastic water bottles from the environment by providing some of the best-tasting and better-hydrating water through its Advanced Purification Refill…

FloWater Working with Plumbing Contractors to Install ‘Touchless’ Self-Sanitizing Water Refill Stations in America’s Buildings

CDC Guidelines Call for Eliminating “High-touch Communal Items, such as Shared Water Fountains, as Schools, Offices and Gyms Reopen with Heightened Health and Safety Awareness With the CDC recommending that schools and workplaces minimize the use and touching of water fountains or consider installing no-touch alternatives, FloWater announces the availability of foot pedal technology for the plumbing…

What You Need to Know About Lead in Drinking Water

Tap water contains chemicals, pollutants, and other contaminants that make it way from the source, through your pipes, and eventually pouring out of your faucet. Lead is a chemical element that is one of the primary contaminants found in household faucets. Because of the use of lead solder in household plumbing fixtures, the chemicals can…

Water Quality Degrade During Covid-19

Knowing how to test water quality is important for all businesses that have remained unopened during the pandemic shutdowns. The spread of COVID-19 halted business operations as people began to shelter-at-home. Even as companies start to resume in-person activities, the closing of schools, restaurants, gyms, and other places of business have resulted in stagnant water…

5 Contaminants in Your Drinking Water

It’s normal to have contaminants in your drinking water when you source it from the tap. Each city has its own recommended levels they follow, in addition to the guidelines set forth by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). However, just because tap water is deemed potable, it’s likely you’re drinking water that contains dirt,…

Strategies for Reopening the Office

Since the early months of 2020, it seems like every day brings something new in the wake of a pandemic. Companies are taking extra precautions to keep their employees and guests as safe as possible. As people begin to slowly return to their physical work spaces, the focus on reopening strategies is crucial. In addition…