Archive for February 12, 2016
How often do you think about the quality of the water you drink, use to bathe, or use on the job? If you work in an industrial, commercial, or medical lab industry then your answer may be quite a bit. The good news is that in recent years there have been products designed and made available to the public, like water quality testing kits, that can help teach people the importance of good water quality. Here are a few things you can test with water quality kits:
1. Water Resistivity Measurement - Did you know that some water is so low in quality that it can actually conduct an electric current? That measurement is known as a water’s conductivity. The opposite of that, or the ability for that water to resist electrical currents, is the water resistivity measurement. High quality water is
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You often don’t think about where your cup or glass or water bottle came from, other than from the cupboard before you filled it, or from the store before that. But it had to come from somewhere. Where did that little vessel used to quench your thirst and keep you hydrated come from? Many drinkware manufacturers are a part of the ever-booming plastics industry, which is the third largest industry in manufacturing in the United States. So as you fill up to the brim, know that there will not be a shortage of cups anytime soon, if drinkware manufacturers have anything to say about it.
Production locally and around the globe
There is an ever-present debate about job distribution and where many types of jobs end up. The push for more local jobs goes head-to-head