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NOISY PIPES? WATCH OUT FOR A WATER HAMMER

NOISY PIPES? WATCH OUT FOR A WATER HAMMER

“Water hammer” sounds like something you would use to fix an aquarium or build an underwater house. But for RV owners, a water hammer can sometimes pack a punch that you will want to avoid. Avid RVers may be more familiar with the true definition of the term. It is the clatter or noise that your RV’s water pipes make when turning a faucet on/off or flushing a toilet. It is a very common complaint among RV owners and can not only be annoying but potentially damaging to sensitive fittings and pipes. It would be convenient if there were a...

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HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? WITH CLEAN, PURE WATER, THAT’S HOW

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HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? WITH CLEAN, PURE WATER, THAT’S HOW

The social distancing we’ve all been forced to practice lately has made us find alternate activities to fill up our free time – and we’ve got a lot of it to fill. Television watching, always a popular pastime, has risen dramatically. Ratings for news programs in particular are off the charts (CNN’s daytime viewership during the week of  March 16 was up 132% over the same week last year; Fox News Channel saw a 77% jump). What’s more, streaming services like Netflix have provided consumers with a wide range of on-demand viewing to suit nearly every taste. More people are...

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IN CURRENT CRISIS, AVOID EMPTY SHELVES AND STANDING IN LINES WITH FILTERED WATER

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IN CURRENT CRISIS, AVOID EMPTY SHELVES AND STANDING IN LINES WITH FILTERED WATER

Empty or near-empty shelves have become one of the many symbols of the coronavirus epidemic – a clear sign that things are not the same as they once were. And not just one or two shelves. Go into virtually any supermarket or grocery store across America, and unless they have just finished stocking for the day, you’re going to see rows and rows of shelves devoid of product. It’s an unsettling sight, one that visibly drives home the reality of a situation we’ve never seen before. Among the most consistently empty shelves are the ones housing bottled water. Even with...

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WORLD WATER DAY 2020: THE CLIMATE IS RIGHT FOR CHANGE

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WORLD WATER DAY 2020: THE CLIMATE IS RIGHT FOR CHANGE

March 22 is World Water Day 2020. Held on this day every year since 1993, World Water Day focuses on the importance of freshwater and raising awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. According to the United Nations website, it is also about taking action to tackle the global water crisis. A core focus of World Water Day is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. It’s a lofty goal but a worthwhile one. Consider these facts: Today, 1 in 3 people live without safe drinking...

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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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