Posts

Drumless Chemical Storage: Your Eco-Friendly Option

One of the biggest nightmares in the water industry is the possibility of a chemical spill that would be heard around the world. Here at Water Consultants of America, we are dedicated to ensuring the safety of our clients, as well as seeking eco-friendly opportunities. With our drumless chemical storage we are able to eliminate hazardous chemical storage and make a chemical spill a distant nightmare that no longer merits your concern.

 

There is no longer a need for chemical handling and containment, and without the mess of disposing of chemical drums, you will eliminate the associated costs of doing so as well. Drumless chemical storage has an indefinite shelf life under proper storage conditions and reduces space requirements, helping you to utilize all the space you have for other items of importance. So why don’t you opt for a non-chemical and eco-friendly solution that will save you time, money, and worry? Click here to find out more about our drumless chemical storage option.

10 Easy Ways to Conserve Water at Home

Water is a valuable resource that we use daily without even putting thought into it. Freshwater only accounts for 3% of the water on Earth. So, the conservation of water is crucial. Here are 10 simple ways to conserve water at home:

1) Only run the washer and dishwasher when full. This can save 100 gallons of water a month.
2) Don’t run water while doing dishes. Have a sink with wash water and a sink with rinse water.
3) Water the lawn in the morning or evening to minimize evaporation.
4) Put a watering can in the shower to collect the cold water until it warms up. Use the water in the can to water plants.
5) When cleaning out fish tanks, give the nutrient-rich water to plants instead of pouring down the drain.
6) Turn off the water while washing your hair in the shower. This can save 150 gallons of water a month.
7) Wash pets outdoors in an area of the yard that needs water.
8) Choose low water use plants for landscaping. This can save 550 gallons of water a year.
9) Don’t leave the water running when brushing your teeth. This can save 25 gallons of water a month.
10) When giving pets freshwater, use the old water to water shrubs and trees instead of pouring down the drain.

For more information, visit our products page.