We know that water is a critical component of our body. It is essential for keeping our bodies healthy and alive. Two of the bodily functions water helps with are the kidneys and urinary tract.
The kidneys work to remove waste from the body. By... (Read More)
Have you ever wondered if you’re taking care of your lawn the way you should? Is there a way you could have a healthy-looking lawn that doesn’t require a ton of water to maintain? Read on to find out the answers!
Know your lawn
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So often we put things into our bodies that are harmful to us. The kidneys and liver can sometimes suffer the consequences. This is because both of these work to help detoxify your body. But, you can make their job a little bit easier by flushing... (Read More)
You do your best to conserve water. And yet, Utah is among the five driest states in the U.S. But don’t fret — it’s not your fault. Everyone must work together to conserve water – especially since Utah’s population is expected to... (Read More)
Water isn't optional. It's a must. It's essential for every organ in your body, including your heart. Your heart uses water to help it circulate your blood, pumping 2,000 gallons a day! You can make it easier for your heart by staying properly... (Read More)
How water-saving savvy are you? Take our fun quiz below to find out!
Let the water-wise quiz begin
When you brush your teeth or rinse dishes, you:
a) Let the water run freely. That’s why it’s there!
b) Sometimes turn it off... (Read More)
When you get ready to head out the door, what are your go-to items? Do you reach for your wallet or purse and cellphone? What about your water? Water is a great on-the-go companion.
Water is a key component in keeping us healthy. It helps... (Read More)
Summertime means more fun in the sun, but it also means a sharp increase in water usage. Finding small ways to save water can add up over time and make a big difference! Use these four simple steps to start conserving water.
Be smart with... (Read More)
It's a known fact that many beverages are loaded with sugars (which means extra calories too). So, it may not be much of a surprise that replacing your sugary drinks with water can reduce weight, especially if you're consuming a lot of these sugary... (Read More)