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Santevia Gives Back - Trip to Thailand!

Santevia Gives Back - Trip to Thailand!

Santevia founders Yvonne & David Anderson recently visited two of the Santevia Gives Back locations in Thailand to meet with the amazing Hill Tribe kids that Santevia sponsors.Santevia Gives Back assists the Plukit Foundation in providing safe she

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Santevia’s 10 Year Anniversary!

Santevia’s 10 Year Anniversary!

The team at Santevia Water Systems hosted our 10 year anniversary June 14th, 2018 at the Beach Grove Golf Club in Tsawwassen, British Columbia, Canada. Celebrating another fantastic year providing our customers with clean, mineralized and alkaline

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​3 Ways To Fight Back Against The Summer Cold

​3 Ways To Fight Back Against The Summer Cold

When you think of summer, hot days, balmy nights and some much-needed vacation time comes to mind—and not being in bed with a cold! But for many of us, the summer cold is a reality. We would all rather spend our summer days in the sun and not i

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Think Twice About Drinking Water Standards – Protect Your Family With An Alkaline Water Filter

Think Twice About Drinking Water Standards – Protect Your Family With An Alkaline Water Filter

Do you trust your government to look after your most basic needs of life? Water is one of those basic needs, but recent incidents have brought the government and their health agencies into the spotlight. So should you be trusting your government t

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Chlorine: How Chlorine May Be Detrimental To Your Baby’s Health

Chlorine: How Chlorine May Be Detrimental To Your Baby’s Health

Chlorine is a chemical element that is used in a wide variety of industries including swimming pools, cleaning detergents, bomb manufacturing and unfortunately public drinking water as well. Chlorine is used to treat water to eliminate harmful mic

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Is The Water From Public Drinking Fountains Safe?

Is The Water From Public Drinking Fountains Safe?

Is the Water from Public Drinking Fountains Safe?Each day thousands of people rely on public fountains for safe drinking water, including the homeless, tourists, commuters and those exercising. In recent years, questions have arisen concerning pu

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