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Why Plastic Is the More Sustainable Choice for Water Packaging

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 17, 2022 12:00:00 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in environment, Recycling

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Recently there has been a heightened sensitivity toward the use of plastics. Specifically, the use of plastic packaging for commonly used items like bottles. Much of this backlash comes from the idea that this plastic ends up in the oceans, leading to disastrous and far reaching environmental problems. In fact, there have even been legislative bills proposed to tax water bottling companies

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There Are a Few Things You Should Know About Chloramine in Water

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 4, 2022 7:03:43 AM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Safe drinking water

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Chlorine has been a hot topic as of late when discussing water quality. People are becoming  more informed on water treatment processes and how they work. Much has been written and reported on concerning chlorine and its byproductsas used to treat city water supplies. There also have been complaints that include a foul taste and odor. According to the Water Quality Association, "Numerous labels have been given to odors in water. Among the 20 or so recorded are cucumber, earthy, fishy, grassy, and sulfur." Lastly, there are also health concerns regarding elevated levels of chlorine in drinking water. 

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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 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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Colorado Drinking Water Regulations

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 3, 2020 8:20:53 AM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in water conservation, Water Quality

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The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is the primary authority in Colorado for enforcing the federal Safe Drinking Water Act by the EPA. As part of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Department of Water Quality Control is responsible for implementing programs that support the Safe Drinking Water Act. The aim is to equip public water systems so that they can always provide the public with safe drinking water. These goals are achieved through enforcement of local laws, regulations, permits and regular inspections of public water systems.

 

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Sustainability in Colorado Waterways

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 15, 2020 12:20:31 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in environment, water conservation, Water Quality

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The snow that falls on the mountains in Colorado contributes to more than just the beautiful scenery. Snow and other precipitation ultimately provide both the surface water and the groundwater that we use for drinking—not to mention the water that powers rivers and fills lakes for activities like rafting and fishing.

The majority of the life-giving water in Colorado's rivers and streams originates along the continental divide that runs through the majestic mountains. Colorado residents and visitors have a responsibility to keep our waterways free of litter and other pollutants to ensure a clean water supply to our amazing state.

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Colorado Water Hardness

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 9, 2020 12:08:41 PM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Water Quality

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"Hardness" is a property of water determined by the amounts of dissolved minerals it contains, specifically calcium and magnesium. Most people associate the term with water quality and also with a build-up of material in their shower or sink. This accumulation occurs because soapsuds can’t be produced until dissolved minerals in the water have been combined with soap. Those minerals that are removed from the water remain as an insoluble residue. 

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Colorado Springs Home Water Delivery

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 8, 2020 11:24:39 AM / by Eldorado Marketing posted in Water Delivery

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For people who reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado, healthy living is probably a top priority. In fact, Colorado Springs ranks third in one respected list of the most health conscious cities in America.

That said, many Colorado Springs residents have never considered what’s in their tap water, including the amounts of fluoride and chloride present. Those who do and are looking for healthier drinking options can turn to bottles or jugs of distilled water or spring water from the grocery store. However, with all the water a person needs to consume to stay properly hydrated, frequent resupply trips can be inconvenient.

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