FLOWATER BLOG

Hydration Industry Knowledge and Outlook

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,…

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FloWater’s Touchless Technology in the Workplace

Touchless technology is nothing new. Voice recognition and facial recognition have become such a part of the mainstream that we often don’t think twice about it. However, when talking about 2020’s new normal, spurred by the novel COVID-19 pandemic and the desire to be as sanitary and safe as possible, contactless technology is not only…

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Coffee vs. Water: What’s Better for Employees

For many, functioning without a morning cup of coffee may feel like an impossible feat. Coffee may be deemed an essential to jumpstart the day, but when comparing coffee vs. water, what’s better for employees? In short, water is a need and coffee is a want. While both are beneficial to a productive workday, the…

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The Future of Office Hydration

Office life has changed to say the least. As the U.S. continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic, it’s left companies scrambling to stay compliant, healthy, and safe. While essential businesses and workers haven’t slowed down since the start, other office workers have pivoted to work remotely as a way to stay relevant and profitable while…

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Filtered, Touchless Water Dispenser for Your Office

Having access to a fresh, clean drinking water supply isn’t a perk of offices, it’s a legal requirement. In the past, this was largely met by offering single-use plastic water bottles or allowing employees to use a communal plastic water jug, but neither of these options are ideal.  Investing in a filtered water dispenser for…

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Water Contaminants

Contaminated water is more common than you might think. Although all municipal water supplies follow regulations set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), every water system differs, depending on the water treatment process, pipe systems and age, and quality assurance protocols. There are a number of water contaminants that appear in tap water, such…

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Particles You Don’t Want in Your Drinking Water

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets forth national primary drinking water regulations for all municipalities to test and preserve their area’s water quality. However, there is a secondary set of proposed guidelines, which are not enforceable and may leave certain tap water sources exposed to more contaminants and water particles than others. These may include…

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Environment and Coronavirus

As a pandemic, the coronavirus crisis has taken hold of the world in more ways than one. In the U.S., with most states social distancing under stay-at-home orders, there has been less traffic on the street, a slowdown in factory work, and far fewer flights per day. This has led to fewer gas emissions and…

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