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Aquatec the Pure Water People are a Which? Trusted Trader

Posted on: November 27th, 2014 by admin No Comments


Aquatec – the Pure Water People are pleased to announce that our water purification service has been endorsed by Which? and we are now a Which? Trusted Trader.

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Arsenic in Cornwall: Water Contamination Study

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by admin No Comments

In places like Bangladesh and China there is a major and gravely serious issue with arsenic in water supply. The concentrations of arsenic found in some water supplies is leading to widespread arsenic poisoning and severe health implications. Alarmingly, one in five deaths in Bangladesh are due to arsenic poisoning. Globally, it is estimated that 200 million people are unknowingly exposed to unsafe levels of arsenic in their drinking water.


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Drinking Water in Pregnancy: Hydration and Beyond

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by admin No Comments

Water plays a vital role in your pregnancy and beyond. Staying hydrated throughout your term is good for the health of both you and your baby.

There is near continuous debate on whether you should drink coffee, tea, sugary drinks or alcohol during pregnancy, and if so in what quantities and when. There is no debate though when it comes to the importance of drinking water in pregnancy. Drinking plenty of water when pregnant is essential.

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Manor House and Tea Room Water Purification Case Study

Posted on: July 29th, 2014 by admin No Comments

The Client: Bourton House Garden and Tea Room

Located in the picturesque Cotswolds, Bourton House Garden is an award-winning and idyllic attraction. Surrounding the 18th century Manor House, the three-acre garden is packed full of colour and numerous rare and beautiful plants. Fine examples of topiary and water features further add to the unique atmosphere of this charming spot. Once you have explored the garden, you can refuel in the gorgeous tea room that is located in the Grade One-listed 16th century Tithe Barn.

Bourton House Tea room water purification

Image courtesy of www.bourtonhouse.com

Aquatec – the Pure Water People are proud to have supplied Bourton House and the Tea Room with our commercial water purification systems for a number of years. (more…)

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10 Adorable GIFs that Prove Cats Love Water

Posted on: June 17th, 2014 by admin No Comments


We are amazed at just how much cats enjoy water – playing with it, drinking it, even showering in it. Cats love water. Who knew? These ten GIFS prove it beyond all doubt.


First thing’s first – inspect the quality of your water

Cat water GIF

GIF via Twasmypie.Tumblr


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Water Purifier Google Doodle Wins Prize

Posted on: June 11th, 2014 by admin No Comments

Every morning we look forward to checking out the latest Google Doodle here at Aquatec. It’s a great platform for clever design, invention and, most importantly, some early morning fun. Imagine our delight then when earlier this week we saw that the Google logo depicted a fantasy water purifier.

Google Doodle Water Purifier


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What are the worst hard water areas in England?

Posted on: June 5th, 2014 by admin No Comments

Many areas of the UK have hard water. This ranges from dealing with scum and scale to a raging a constant battle with bad tasting water, broken kitchen appliances,  and rising fuel bills. We have found by carrying out water tests around the country that some areas are much worse affected than others with hard water and the resulting issues. When it comes to water hardness, the M4 corridor is particularly bad. This includes London, Reading through Swindon, Bath, and Bristol. The home counties including Kent, Surrey, Hertfordshire, and Berkshire are some of the worst hard water areas in England too.


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Credit: Commission Air via National Trust


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Innovations In Water Purification and Harvesting

Posted on: May 14th, 2014 by admin No Comments

Charities with the help of scientists are constantly striving to find new innovative solutions to deal with issues with waterborne diseases and water scarcity in parts of the world where clean water is not available. The World Health Organization estimates that about a billion people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water. These scientific leaps aim to tackle this issue head on and affect change to improve and even save lives. These innovations in water purification and harvesting produce technologies that can be applied elsewhere. Science and water purification go hand in hand.

Here at Aquatec – the Pure Water People we ensure that we keep up to date with all the latest innovations in technology related to water filtration and water purification. We decided to round up some of the latest news stories that have shone a light on the ingenious methods used to bring pure water to the developing world. As with all innovation, these items have not all been fully tested but the potential for change on a global level is there and is something worthy of exposure.

WarkaWater tower water and science diagram

WarkaWater tower Image via www.architectureandvision.com


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10 Photographs of Animals in Water To Make Your Day Better

Posted on: May 1st, 2014 by admin No Comments

The natural world is full of wonder and any genuine connection with it is a humbling experience, especially when it comes to wildlife. The best animal photography is all about that once in a lifetime split second when a photographer captures a rare moment of symbiosis between animals and their surroundings. At Aquatec, we are inspired by pure water so love photographs that capture the relationship between animals and water. Wildlife photography can be touching, shocking, scary, moving, emotional, inspiring and even humorous. We picked 10 of our favourite animals in water photographs that cover a full spectrum of emotions.


Water and Animals Photography Gallery


Tortugas Verdes (Green Sea Turtles) by Joaquin Gutierrez Fernandez


turtles animal photography in water

Credit: Joaquin Gutierrez Fernandez


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How To Drink More Water

Posted on: April 24th, 2014 by admin No Comments

We all know that drinking water, especially purified water, is beneficial to our health and well-being. It has a number of benefits from aiding digestion to maintaining healthy kidneys, from . The issue is that it seems hard to drink as much water as we should, especially if we already do our best to drink as much as we can. The secret is to replace some of your normal drinks with water, develop routines and not force yourself to up your water intake in one go. The following tips on how to drink more water are easy to follow and really do work. Start small and don’t try to push yourself too much at first. Happy water drinking!


20 Ways to Drink More Water


1. Use a Water Bottle

Buy a portable and reusable water bottle. An attractive and practical bottle that you can take with you everywhere and reuse is good for you, good for the environment and helps increase your water intake. Having a water bottle with you at all times makes it so much easier to drink more water.

Earthlust water bottle how to drink more water

Image via http://www.earthlust.com


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