Tag Archive: Water

Recycling the rain test water

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SEAT has succeeded in lowering its water consumption per car produced by 31% in the past 8 years and is moving towards the goal of achieving 38% by 2025The paint workshop and the rain test booth are the areas that consume the most water and where most progress has been madeReducing consumption, recycling and reuse are the pillars for minimizing the impact on the water cycle Martorell, 22/03/2019. - Energy-efficient appliances, automatic sprinkler systems, low flow taps in kitchens and bathrooms… Raising awareness about wasting water has gained ground in people’s homes, but what about in industry? The efforts made by…

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WHAT’S IN YOUR WATER?

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KnowYourWater.com HELPS CONSUMERS LEARN ABOUT CONTAMINANTS COMING OUT OF THEIR TAP If you’re one of the millions of Americans focused on making 2018 your healthiest year yet, why not start at the tap? Drinking and cooking with clean water is crucial to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. However, the water coming from your faucet may contain a few unpleasant surprises – including lead and mercury. Thanks to KnowYourWater.com, consumers now have the chance to learn about the quality of their local tap water by simply typing in their address and zip code. Features of the new modular design launching December 20 include:…

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Get Cleaner, Better Tasting Water While Protecting Appliances

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Home Improvement Expert Tom Kraeutler Shares Tips on DIY Water Filters and Plumbing Essentials Water is the key to everyday life bringing nourishment and hydration, while helping homes run efficiently and keeping families’ possessions clean. The United States is the largest consumer market for bottled water in the world – partially driven by a perceived better taste than tap. In addition, the average American uses approximately 80-100 gallons of water daily – that’s a lot of water! Completing a few quick DIY projects and regular maintenance can create water’s optimal taste at home without paying for bottled water. This can…

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