Author - Hunter Worsfold

Air Quality

Everyone understands that it's important to know what exactly what goes in your body. Most people look twice before consuming food or water; but do we do the same with the air that we breathe? A lot of us understand that pollution is getting worse and worse as the time goes by but what steps are we taking to insure that none of what is in our environment is being breathed in daily? The air we breathe in from our [...]

New Study Shows Filtered Water is Better for Your Health Financially

A recent study by the Water Quality Research Foundation has shown that filtered water can help you financially. The study shows that exposure to many things in our drinking water can cause a decrease in IQ level, therefore, not getting the potential education for a higher paying job. "The financial cost related to lead exposure include the loss of productivity to society, lost earnings, the costs of special education, and the costs of juvenile delinquency. A recent cost– [...]

Before and After

Recently we just replaced a One Water Systems machine for our long time customer of 10 years. Upon removing it, it was evident how powerful and amazing of a job our machine has done when it comes to the amount of calcium build up. As you see below you can see the difference is night and day. On the left is the water going into the tank and on the right is after the treatment. If you would like [...]

Helen Woodward Spring Fling Gala 2019

Helen Woodward Animal Shelter hosted their Spring Fling Gala for 2019 and One Water Systems was an honored guest for this great charity event. A lot of money was raised for the shelter and it was a great cause all around. View the gallery below to check out some of the pictures of the One Water Systems family in action.

Is Carlsbad Alkaline Water Really Alkaline?

Being based out of Southern California, many people are aware of Carlsbad Alkaline Water. Their water can be found in many convenient stores around California and you can even go to the source in Carlsbad and fill up your own bottles and jugs. Many people rave about the water being the best on the market because it has such a high pH value. On the side of the bottle it even states that it's pH is 8.5-9.0, which actually [...]

Rain Affects Total Dissolved Solids

Here in Southern California, we have had an unprecedented amount of rainfall these first couple months of the new year. In many parts throughout Southern California, it was record breaking rainfall. Due to the amount of rain that we have been experiencing, our tap water becomes affected as well. The reason that this happens is because of the rain going in through the ground and into our water supply. The amount of rain water affects the TDS (Total Dissolved [...]

Governor Gretchen Whitmer Restructures Environmental Department

The governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer, has signed two executive orders and one executive directive Monday in an effort to protect the Great Lakes, clean up the state's drinking water, and combat the impacts of climate change, her office announced. She has stressed the importance of clean water for everyone in the state of Michigan. “This is about finding real solutions to clean up our drinking water so every Michigander can bathe their kids and give them a glass of [...]