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Why Have Water Delivered?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2021 11:08:22 AM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Water Delivery

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For nearly as long as people have worked in offices, there has been the office water cooler. More than just a place to refill your cup, the water cooler has been where employees take a mental and physical break from the task at hand, connect with coworkers about the latest news, and sometimes come up with the company’s next million-dollar idea!

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Is Sparkling Water Good for You?

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 30, 2021 1:42:24 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Water Beverage

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Sparkling water “sparkles” because it is infused with carbon dioxide gas that is under pressure. When the cap comes off a bottle of sparkling water, that pressure is released and the carbon dioxide bubbles to the surface, making the water sparkle.

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What is Safe Quality Food (SQF) Certification?

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 13, 2021 4:01:46 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Water Quality

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A food safety and quality management system designed to address the requirements of retailers, suppliers and consumers is crucial. These kinds of entities—both national and international—have understandably high expectations and want independent verification of quality management systems and overall food safety.

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Is Spring Water Purified?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 7, 2021 4:08:19 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Drinking water

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Is Spring Water Considered Hard or Soft?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 7, 2021 9:32:58 AM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Drinking water

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Water hardness can be defined simply as the amount of magnesium and calcium ions dissolved in a given water source. Many people believe that all water is the same, but its makeup varies depending on where it comes from and how it is treated.

Some sources of water, such as spring water, contain naturally occurring and important minerals and electrolytes due to environmental conditions where the water is found. Other sources of water for drinking utilize filters or water softeners to remove those valuable minerals or even to add fluoride.

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Why You Might Still Be Thirsty After Drinking Water

[fa icon="calendar'] May 10, 2021 4:55:28 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Hydration

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Do you find yourself asking the question, “Why am I still thirsty after drinking water?" Unfortunately, resolving the issue isn't as simple as drinking more water, because you’re not addressing an underlying problem. If you feel you are drinking plenty of water but not quenching your thirst, there could be any number of reasons for this.

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What Causes a High pH Level in Water?

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 8, 2021 1:32:48 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in pH

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Do you remember learning about water pH levels in science class? Maybe you placed a piece of litmus paper in various liquids to check their level? If not, here’s a quick refresher.

The pH scale is used in chemistry to describe how acidic or basic an aqueous solution is. Acidic solutions have a lower pH value, while basic (or alkaline) solutions have higher values. The pH of water can range from 1 to 14, with the natural pH of water being approximately 7.

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Understanding Soluble Impurities in Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 9, 2021 9:55:37 AM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Impurities in Water

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Water is considered the ultimate sustainable resource because of the hydrological cycle that returns water to nature in the form of rainfall so that it can be used again and again.However,duringthatprocess,watercollectsbothnaturalandartificialimpurities.

Theterm"impurities"referstothingsinwaterotherthanH2Omolecules.Someofthesearenaturalandimprovewaterquality,likenaturallyoccurringmineralsfromrocksedimentsunderground.Otherimpuritiesarefrommanmadechemicalprocesses.

Unfortunately, it seems like our modern world has complicated the drinking water process. There is much discussion and debate about drinking water purity and impurities, but simply put, water coming from an uncontaminated natural spring water source is exactly how it should be: Nothing added, nothing removed.

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The Problem with Purity: Why Natural Spring Water Beats Purified Water 

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 9, 2021 1:32:20 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in bottled water source, Drinking water

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You’re looking for an alternative to tap water and the chlorine and other chemicals it contains, and you see that purified water and natural spring water are two options. But which is better and why? With proper hydration being such an important part of overall health, it’s important that you have the facts before making your choice. 

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Drinking Water Filter Alternatives in Colorado

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 9, 2020 1:36:58 PM / by Eldorado Natural Spring Water posted in Drinking water

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A common tap water treatment strategy across municipalities in America is called disinfection. Water treatment facilities use a disinfectant (chlorine and/or chloramine) to kill any viruses, parasites or bacteria. Artificial fluoride is also added in the hopes of improving dental hygiene. In some rare circumstances even after water leaves the treatment plant, old pipes can even put lead in tap water, as is the case in Denver. For households wishing not to have these additional substances added to their drinking water, there are some alternatives.

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