The water cooler is a staple in many offices. This is where the infamous company gossip happens right? Maybe a great company idea? Popular culture sure says so. The office water cooler has been around for as long as there have been modern offices. Larger companies are expanding into other beverages, but we believe water is still the absolute best a company can offers its employees. Of course, we are a bit biased.
Kids love to play. It's the time of life when they are most active. It is also when their bodies do the most growing and maturing. They need nourishment, healthy diets, and yes, lots of water! Many of us know the health benefits of drinking water, but getting children to drink more water can sometimes be the tricky part for parents. I don't recall getting very fired up about a glass of water when I was a child. I wanted juice boxes and orange soda. So how can a parent get kids excited about water?
Knowing where your food, water, and clothes come from can be both an enlightening and an empowering realization. In a time where brands and products make claims to certain authenticities, ethics, or health benefits, wouldn't it be nice to be able to just show up at the farm and see if those free-range chickens are really ranging free?
Recently, one writer set out on a journey to discover the water sources used by top-brand bottled water companies—and his quest and passion is something that we at Eldorado Natural Spring Water really respect.
Currently, Colorado is experiencing severe drought in the southern half of the state, which is resulting in large fires consuming huge swaths of forest. State officials are now concerned about water contamination in watersheds. What exactly should officials be concerned about?
Bottled water has become king in the United States. Consumers are trading in their cases of cola for cases of bottled water. In 1983, when Eldorado Natural Spring Water was founded, purchasing bottled water was a bit of a novelty. Fast-forward to 2018, and we have gone from novelty to ubiquity. Eldorado has been a visionary company for seeing trends well into the future. And in all modesty, seeing the bottled water market explode in the twenty-first century has been fulfilling for us. The cycle of water has come full circle.
Canines need water in order to survive and thrive, just like humans need water. Proper hydration is critical—but do you know how to tell if your dog is dehydrated? Let's look at some signs of dehydration in dogs.
60% of your body is made up of water. It is crazy to think that we are all basically walking, talking, living, breathing water molecules—but it's true. We're flesh, bone, and lots and lots of water. It might be tempting to think that we would all need to "fill the tank" and drink as much water as possible. However, according to the respected Mayo Clinic, "no one size fits all." Knowing your body will help you determine how much water you should enjoy each day.
Cape Town, South Africa is currently realizing a natural resource nightmare. Something many people around the world cannot fathom happening. This city of four million people is close to running completely out of water. June 4 is what city officials are calling “Day Zero” when city taps will run dry. An unprecedented “natural disaster” that has been created by a two-year drought and population growth.
Unless you are from either Leadville, Colorado or Northern Chile, you may not know what molybdenum is. It's probably a word you are not only unfamiliar with, but also don't care about! However, if you are part of the mining industry, you definitely know what molybdenum is, and if you are in the municipal water treatment world, you also have some knowledge on this particular chemical element. Mining and water treatment are quite different occupations, but they do interconnect quite often for obvious reasons. This is a water-related blog, so you might be asking yourself, Why in the world should I care about an element in the world of mining?
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 byproducts, as 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.