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You either use a water filter or your body is one

May 2016

Newsletter


A word from Richard

Hello everyone.

April went fast and we’re into May already. Winter is here!

Aren’t the normal early mornings dark now and the evenings chill off and get dark quick now too. I have been enjoying the rain we’ve been getting, how about you?

I have had to pull out the Winter doona recently but it’s really nice snuggling into a nice warm bed on a cold night. The cooler dark mornings make that nice warm glass of lemon water a real treat for my body and very soothing too. Then it’s into a nice Rocket coffee to kick-start my day oh yeh I love it.

With tax time just around the corner have you considered installing a water cooler and filter at work as a tax deduction? What a great idea. Happy staff and well hydrated staff means greater concentration levels and therefore higher productivity so everyone’s a winner. Get in quick because we’re very busy.

This Sunday is Mother’s Day and I hope you all enjoy a few glasses of champagne and some spoiling’s for your Mother. Happy Mother’s Day to Mum’s all over the world. Keep hydrated. Cheers Cheers.

Don’t forget; You either use a water filter or your body is one!

Richard Scholes


Director

West Coast Water Filter Man

Dehydration has same effect as drink driving.

Motorists who are dehydrated make twice as many mistakes, having as few as five sips of water an hour while driving is equivalent to being over the drink drive limit.

The study revealed that drivers who had only had 25ml of water an hour made more than double the number of mistakes on the road than those who were hydrated - the same amount as those who have been drink driving.

Professor Ron Maughan, Emeritus Professor of Sport and Exercise Nutrition, who led the study at Loughborough University, said: "We all deplore drink driving, but we don't usually think about the effects of other things that affect our driving skills, and one of those is not drinking and dehydration.

"There is no question that driving while incapable through drink or drugs increases the risk of accidents, but our findings highlight an unrecognised danger and suggest that drivers should be encouraged to make sure they are properly hydrated.

"To put our results into perspective, the levels of driver errors we found are of a similar magnitude to those found in people with a blood alcohol content of 0.08%, the current UK legal driving limit. In other words drivers who are not properly hydrated make the same number of errors as people who are over the drink drive limit."

"The Telegraph" Monday 02 May 2016

By Nicola Harley 18 Apr 2015

This article can be found at "The Telegraph"

Water facts

The Horizontal Waterfalls.

One of the icons of the Kimberley coast, the Horizontal Waterfalls are a pair of stunning breaks in the McLarty Range approximtely 300m apart. The McLarty range itself is approximately 1.8 billion years old, comprised of sandstone, quartzite, siltstone, shale and dolomite with abundant stromatolites.

The first and more seaward of the gaps is approximatley 25m wide, whilst the second and more spectacular gap is approximately 12.5 wide. One of the premier tourist attractions of the West Kimberley, the Horizontal Waterfalls attract tens of thousands of visitors annually by seaplane from Broome and Derby, on charter boats and in private vessels.

With massive tidal differences of up to 10.8m on a spring tide in Talbot Bay, the Horizontal Waterfalls (technically termed “pinch rapids”) are a natural phenomenon created as seawater builds up faster on one side of the gaps than the other, creating a waterfall up to 5m high on a King tide. With each change of tide the direction of the fall reverses, creating vast tidal whirlpools on the outgoing side. Poulton Creek, which features a healthy mangrove system, feeds into the innermost reservoir, “The Inland Sea”, contributing an inundation of freshwater to the marine environment.

Health Tip

Dehydration Dangers.

Water helps our bodies to get rid of waste through sweat and urination, so a lack of adequate hydration can lead to increased Toxicity.

This can cause us to feel generally unwell, as well as increase the risk of kidney stones and urinary track infections. Water is also essential to digest our food and helps prevent constipation.

Remember, feeling thirsty means you're already dehydrated so don't wait until then before you take a sip.

Community support

The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal

The Bikers Charity Ride are " doing it for the kids" in the annual Perth Teddy bears' big day out; which raises funds for The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal. Richard loves this yearly ride on his Harley laden with teddy bears. www.salivation.org.au

SIDS and Kids

SIDS and Kids relies almost totally on the support of the community. www.sidsandkids.org

Anglicare WA

Anglicare WA is a not for profit community services agency. They provide 57 services from 35 locations across the state. The West Coast Water Filter Man is proud to help and sponsor the Anglicare Knit in Day. www.anglicarewa.org.au

Lifeline

The West Coast Water Filter Man helps the people that helps the community. www.lifelinewa.org.au

Richard's networking groups

Customer testimonial

Perth City

Hello Richard,

I'm most pleased with the faucet and the service provided by Derek, the technician who came.

He was on time, very pleasant and took his shoes off before coming in (I hadn't asked or expected it).

After he left, I noticed he had put back my items in under the sink cupboard, and I'm sorry I didn't get the chance to thank him for that. Such wonderful service and product.

It's not often one gets good customer service, so I felt compelled to provide feedback.

K. Richardson

A closing thought

The Power of Positive Thinking

“Maturity is learning to walk away from people and situations that threaten your peace of mind, self respect, values, morals or self worth.”

Helene Lerner









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