If you think bottled water is better than tap water, then you are like many other Americans. As one of the most popular industries in the country, bottled water is one of the most popular beverage choices there are. But marketing schemes and misinformation may be leading consumers to the worst choice for quality water. To learn why bottled water may not be the best choice for safe drinking water, click here . A drinking water systems makes a lot more sense!
This week is Medication Safety Week. Part of medication safety is properly disposing of it when it expires or is unused. Did you know that in some areas male fish are developing ovaries because of the excess estrogen and birth control pills dissolved in the ground water? If it will do that to a fish, do you want to take a chance with your family? A home water filter such as an RO System or a LINX Drinking Water System can ensure that the water you drink is healthy water.
Yes, even if you think you are a good, law-abiding citizen, you are probably dumping contaminants into my morning cup of coffee. And, likewise, you are getting a bit of the Advil I took to shake off my Monday-morning headache. Our bodies simply don’t use every little bit of the pharmaceuticals we consume, so the residual ends up in the groundwater, and eventually our drinking water. Here’s an interesting article about this situation and the Great Lakes: http://greatlakesecho.org/2012/11/29/pharmaceuticals-difficult-to-treat-in-drinking-water/
We recommend adding a last line of defense before you take another drink. Our recommendation is a reverse osmosis water filter (RO system), a Boncor LINX Drinking Water System, or a bottleless water cooler.
This year Boncor Water Systems challenges you to make a difference to our Southern California water supply. Did you know that the water filter under your kitchen sink could be flushing thousands of gallons of water down the drain every year? That’s water that your tax dollars have paid to treat, you’ve purchased from your city, and then never even used. Watch our video about the insane amount of water reverse osmosis systems waste and how you can have great-tasting healthy water from a LINX Drinking Water System.
Alarmingly, about 33% of all bottled water actually contains more contaminants than tap water! That’s why we think it’s time to change to a source you can trust - and save a ton of money too. Did you know that bottled water costs roughly 1,900 times more than tap water? Try a drinking water system or a water cooler for a safe and affordable alternative.
Boncor Water Systems offers drinking water systems and other water treatment products that are highly effective and made from the highest-quality materials. Our customer service and position at the forefront of safe water technology has expanded over the years. To learn more about our products and the many cities we service, click here.
When you run water from the tap or shower, do you smell or taste bleach? This could be the chlorine that water treatment companies put in your water to disinfect the water. But as one family found, water that has high levels of chlorine can cause health issues and be quite the hassle. To read how Boncor drinking water systems can eliminate this problem, click here.
Most consumers know that tap water can contain minimal contaminants, but little do they know what these toxins are and what can happen if they drink too much of them. To learn more about how Boncor Water Filters can protect your drinking water’s reputation from harmful toxins, click here.
When your kids go to a restaurant, what do they choose to drink? What do you choose to drink? Too many teens make poor decisions when it comes to their choice of beverages. When teaching healthy habits in their early childhood, it is important to teach them to drink water. To learn why this is vital to the health of your children, click here.
Are you a meat-eater? How much meat does your family consume each week? As Americans, we tend to eat quite a bit of meat. But with this demand comes a major concern for drinking water safety. The direct relationship of this concern may not be obvious, but with the huge amounts of waste left behind by livestock, where does it go? Could it be getting into our tap water? To read more, click here. Our drinking water systems can ease your mind.