Distilled Water VS Mineral Content

Distilled Water VS Mineral Content By J. Anthony Letorney The hottest issue concerning distilled water is the absence of inorganic minerals. Many people are led to believe they are losing out on essential minerals by drinking distilled water. This issue of inorganic minerals in drinking water has been a controversial subject among physicians, nutritionists, the… Read more »

NEWCO Coffee Brewers For Sale or Rent

NEWCO Coffee Brewers use Le Bleu Ultra Pure Water for preparing that perfect cup of coffee! Le Bleu water enhances the flavor of any coffee for an unforgettable coffee experience. The thermal carafe keeps coffee hot for hours after brewing. The NEWCO brewer also has a hot water tap for making tea, soups or any… Read more »

Coffee Supplies: Creamers, Sweeteners, Cups

Creamers, Sweeteners, and Coffee Accessories   Coastal Carolina Water will supply your Hampton Roads or Outer Banks office with coffee products and supplies such as liquid and powdered creamers, various sweeteners, cups, and stirrers at bulk prices.   Creamers Creamer Canister – Powder Liquid Creamer – Half and Half French Vanilla Liquid Creamer Sweeteners Sugar… Read more »

Private Label Marketing

How can you utilize private label bottled water? Churches, Associations, and Non-Profits Custom bottled water is an additional way to brand yourself at sales events, special gatherings or fundraisers. Weddings, Birthdays, Retirement Parties, and Family Reunions What a great party favor for your guests! Add special photos, sayings, poems, etc., to personalize your labels. We… Read more »

Inorganic Minerals in Water

Inorganic Minerals in Water By Dr. Paul Bragg, N.D., Ph.D. So many people think of minerals only as those which come directly from the earth “inorganic minerals” that I must stress the fact that the minerals, which are so important to the human body, have undergone a change into an organic state. Only plants can… Read more »

Potential Sources of Water Contamination

Water Contamination Water in the atmosphere becomes contaminated even before it falls to the earth. The clouds of water droplets absorb gases such as sulfur dioxide. They carry particles of dust and collect air-borne bacteria. When water falls to the earth as rain, it dissolves or absorbs part of many compounds that lie on the… Read more »

Water and Your Health

1. A person can live approximately one month without food but only about one week without water. If a human does not absorb enough water, dehydration is the result. 2. A person must consume 2 litres of water daily to live healthily. Humans drink an average of 75,000 litres of water throughout their life. 3…. Read more »

Water Use and Saving Water

Saving Water 1. Humans use more and more water each year. 2. Americans use five times the amount of water that Europeans use. 3. Humans daily use about 190 litres (50 gallons) of water. 4. A person pays about 25 cents for water use on a daily basis. 5. Two thirds of the water used… Read more »

Water Pollution

Water Pollution Humans largely influence the factors that determine water quality, as they depose off their waste in water and add all kinds of substances and contaminants that are not naturally present. We now know more than 70.000 water pollutants. About 450 cubic kilometres of wastewater are carried into coastal areas by rivers and streams… Read more »

Water as a Raw Material

It takes 5,680 litres (1,500 gallons) of water to process one barrel of beer. It takes 450 litres (120 gallons) of water to produce one egg. To process one chicken we need 44 litres (11.6 gallons) of water. To process one can of fruit or vegetables we need 35 litres (9.3 gallons) of water. About… Read more »