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WORLD WATER DAY 2021: “VALUING WATER”

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WORLD WATER DAY 2021: “VALUING WATER”

Even in a worldwide pandemic, there are some things we take for granted; unfortunately, water is one of them. You can be sure that there are plenty of people who don’t have the same cavalier attitude towards clean water - that’s because they don’t have it. Consider these sobering facts from Drop in the Bucket, an organization who goal is to build wells and sanitation systems at schools throughout sub-Saharan Africa: There are 785 million people in the world without safe water; that’s 1 person out of every 10 who have it. A large segment of that number inhabits sub-Saharan...

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LOVE YOUR PET DAY: WATER YOU DOING TO CELEBRATE?

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LOVE YOUR PET DAY: WATER YOU DOING TO CELEBRATE?

February 20 is National Love Your Pet Day. It seems somewhat unnecessary to have such an observance, given that those of us with pets love them with all our hearts every single day of the year. Still, it’s hard to find anything wrong with a day when our pets are even more special to us. And make no mistake, there are a lot of us: Sixty-seven percent of U.S. households, or about 85 million families, own a pet, according to the 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA). (Interestingly, there are more cats in the United...

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GREAT COFFEE STARTS WITH GREAT (FILTERED) WATER

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GREAT COFFEE STARTS WITH GREAT (FILTERED) WATER

You’re standing outside your RV early in the morning. There’s a slight chill in the air, but the sun is starting to slowly warm things up. Nestled in your hands is a steaming hot cup of coffee, the smell rising up into your nose, the taste satisfying your palate. Few things in life are quite as enjoyable as that first cup of coffee each morning on an RV trip. So, you want to ensure that you’ve got all the ingredients and the tools to make the perfect cup. The type of coffee maker you use makes a difference. And obviously,...

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Staying Hydrated on a Warm-Weather Hike

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Staying Hydrated on a Warm-Weather Hike

Staying hydrated is one of the most important parts of any physical activity.  It’s essential to follow smart hydration practices. Our body uses water to help us regulate body temperature, aid in our digestion, deliver oxygen all over the body, protect and cushion joints, and flush out unwanted toxins from the body.  Water intake varies widely by individual, so you need to know your own hydration needs. Sometimes we might encounter problems while hiking and one of them is dehydration. Avoiding dehydration is crucial, especially when backpacking the back country and other dry areas without access to any water. Dehydration...

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LEAKING OUT THE FACTS BEHIND BOTTLED WATER

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LEAKING OUT THE FACTS  BEHIND BOTTLED WATER

At CLEAR2O®, we know that RVers appreciate the value of pure, clean water – whether it’s for cooking, cleaning, rinsing or, especially, drinking. They know that campgrounds are notorious for having poor-quality water, filled with sediment, contaminants, plastics, and other sorts of undesirable items. As RV Life describes it in an article from June 2017, “You wouldn’t take a sip out of your RV sewer hose, but connecting to some campground water supply lines could be just as disgusting and dangerous to your health.” And while the water flowing in the streams and rivers of the backcountry may look pure,...

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