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  1. Can desalination save the world from water crisis?

    Fondly known as the blue planet, our home is 70% covered in water. This makes the fact that 20% of the earth's population doesn’t have access to clean water supply all the more shocking. The truth is, we only have access to a small fraction of the planet’s water. 2.5% of the water is freshwater, and much of this is stored in glaciers, leaving 1% of the world's supply ready for us to use. Water shortages are a serious threat to parts of the world where rainwater is sparse, leaving populations to rely on other means to gather water for drinking and sanitation.

    Oceanwater is dense in salt and the saline heavy solution is not suitable for human consumption. This is where desalinisation comes in. The idea of removing the salt from the ocean water ready to send to homes makes a lot of sense at first glance. After all, it would open up a near unlimited source of water. The issue is more complex than the surface would suggest. The process is expensive, energy-intensive and has a kno

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  2. 2021 Food and Beverage Industry Trends






    As the wave of disruption from the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic spilled into 2021, the reciprocal tide of change continues to rip through every segment of the market. The public have had to improvise and adapt to a way of life that now seems normal, and their appetites for shopping have moved in tandem.

    As true as with any industry vertical, the food and beverage industry has completely shifted its outlook to accommodate new demands of the consumer in the post-pandemic world. Lockdowns targeted people’s habits when it came to food, drink, and wider leisurely pursuits, leading to a surge in people making compromises at home. The emergent trends that came as a result either rolled on through 2021 or directly affected new ones that have emerged. Replicating the restaurant experience in the home setting, pre-mixed cocktails and plant-based alternatives have continued on their upward trajectory, as a host of other t

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  3. Vital processes: Water Treatment Technology is Key to Industry, with Vyair Ltd.






    Water is as vital for industry as it is for sustaining life on the planet. In all industrial applications, there is some use of water in the process. Whether directly involved in the process or used for the needs of the facility, it’s guaranteed water is sewn into the genetics of every item or service on earth. Water treatment solutions for industry vary much more than the needs of municipal water supply, as a variety of applications are needed due to the processes of specific industries. Ultra-pure water, for example, deionised and ridden of all impurities, is used in microelectronics and medicine. Food and beverage manufacturers on the other hand only must ensure the feed water meets drinking water guidelines.

    The need for water treatment is vital in maintaining industry, whether involved in the process or facility maintenance, or when treating water ready for release into the general water supply. B

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  4. Keeping care of your Koi Carp; best practices for Koi pond water maintenance with Vyair Ltd.




    Koi carp are some of the most desirable fish on the market. Their inclusive breeding has allowed fish keepers to achieve extravagant and exotic-looking fish, comparable to pedigree horses and house pets like cats and dogs. Just as with any genetically specifically inbred pedigree pets, their breeding has led to a host of immune problems for koi, making them far weaker and more prone to disease than their natural counterparts, making it vital to maintain their environment. Achieving prime water quality is the most important facet of koi care and needs to be the number one priority for all Koi enthusiasts.

    It’s not as simple as just buying some Koi to live in your garden pond and their ability to live for some time is not indicative of hardiness. Their delicate immune systems mean that specific conditions a

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  5. Modern Problems Require Ancient Solutions; Vyair Explore the Water Purification Methods of Long Ago.



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  6. Using Reverse Osmosis Filtered Water for Brewing - Tips and Tricks from Vyair Ltd.




    Of all the myriad of ingredients that go into the brewing process, water is the most important. The smorgasbord of chemical and mineral compositions playing off each other defines the beer style it makes up. Water treatment is a process that more brewers are taking into consideration as they look to create exciting new flavours. It can polish your final product and bring out subtle flavours, but it’s important to do your research beforehand, as some water treatment processes can remove important minerals.

    Local water supply dictates the style of beer your homebrew will produce. For example, alkaline-high water such as the London supply naturally aids in brewing a dark porter/stout style beer. You are not limited to the type of beer best suited to your local supply. With new technology available, b

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  7. Can Wastewater from RO be Used? Four Tips for Sustainable Use from Vyair LTD.

    Can Wastewater from RO be Used? Four Tips for Sustainable Use Vyair LTD.




    Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a highly effective method of removing contaminants from tap water, producing TDS water for home brewing, making beverages among other uses. Among the contaminants removed are organic and inorganic salts, amongst metallic and non-metallic compounds.

    In the process of filtration, the RO recovery rate can be up to 75% on most modern RO units. Manufacturers accept this is an issue and are working towards no waste or wastewater models. In the meantime, there are ways you can use the rejected water around the house, in the bathroom, and outside.


    Washing Cars.

    Using RO wastewater to wash your car is a great way to

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  8. How can we save water? Six simple ways to conserve your water at home with Vyair Ltd.

    How can we save water? Six simple ways to conserve your water at home with Vyair Ltd.




    How can we save water? Six simple ways to conserve your water at home with Vyair Ltd. Water shortages are a thing of dystopian nightmares. The world's most important resource is considered a given in the UK and other nations. Vast swathes of the world deal with water scarcity daily, thus we should consider ourselves lucky to have it in such ready supply. Although we take it for granted, the possibility of water supplies drying up here is still a threat. In short, our water is extremely precious, and we must do what we can to preserve it. It may come as a surprise to find out just how much water a household goes through a day - 149 litres on average, according to Statista. As part of a wider push to achieve a more sustainable system, maintaining the water supply is a subject that must be breached.

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  9. Filtered Water Can Revolutionize the Way You Make Coffee

    Coffee lovers everywhere know the all too familiar feeling of trying to make their own coffee at home but are discovering that it simply doesn’t taste as good as the one in coffee shops. Some imagine that this is due to a secret coffee recipe that bartenders keep to themselves or to high-end coffee machines that are too expensive for a regular person, but that isn’t always the case. Many people buy coffee from coffee chains like Starbucks hoping to enjoy the same taste at home, but no matter in how many ways they try to make it, it’s not as flavored or has an odd aftertaste. This happens for one simple reason: water quality.

    How does water quality affect coffee taste?

    Coffee is 99% water. No matter how great your coffee maker is or how expensive the coffee, you will not be able to enjoy its full-flavored body if the water you use is polluted with bacteria or debris. You can test the purity of your tap water at home:

    • Fill a glass with tap water
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  10. Bottled Water vs Tap Water

    What kind of water should I drink? Chances are that you have asked yourself this question many times but you have not found the answer. Not all waters are created equal, so how are you supposed to know what to go with on a hot day? Making a decision implies a lot of thought and consideration. Both tap water and bottled water are considered safe options. Which one is best for you? Continue reading to find out. It is important to know your water sources.

    Bottled water

    Bottled Water

    Many people consider bottled water to be safer than tap water. It goes through a filtration system, so the taste, smell, and color are significantly improved. Consumers are more than happy to pay for bottled water, despite the fact that it is a lot more expensive than tap water. Why? You may ask. Because they value quality and convenience.

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