Studies show washing with softened water can significantly cut detergent use, energy consumption

Waterater Quality Association Press Release – March 2, 2011 Clothes cleaned at 40 degrees lower, dishes washed with much less soap LISLE, Illinois — Consumers can cut back on dish and laundry detergent use by 50 percent or more and lower washing machine temperatures from hot to cold just by using softened water, as shown […]

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Hard Water

The minerals contained in hard water settle out as a deposit of hardness scale, wherever the water is heated or when cold standing water evaporates. Water hardness creates soap curd, which interferes with the ability of your cleaning products and causes problems such as bathtub ring. Hard water also causes scaling in your water heater […]

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Bad Taste & Odor in Water

Issue: Water supplies contain various elements, some as a result of natural processes and others a case of man adding elements to the water supply. Regarding natural elements, water is a universal solvent that picks up a little of everything it makes contact with, such as iron, manganese and sulfur. In the case of man’s […]

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Hague Committed to Eco-Friendly Water Softeners

Protect Our Earth! An extensive study conducted by P&G Industries concludes: “The analysis presented here clearly demonstrates that a residential water softener and an under sink RO unit used in a hard water environment will reduce consumption and obsolescence and can be directly correlated to a reduction of greenhouse gases …” Read the complete study, […]

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