Author Archives: Chris Bemis

Black Friday – Cyber Monday Special

Hi, Chris Bemis here, co-founder of waterfiltercrock.com. We have some exciting news! From now (11/23) thru Monday (11/27), whenever you order a water filtration crock, you can grab yourself an extra free filter. Just enter the following coupon code at checkout: FREE-FILTER You will have a free filter automatically added to your cart once you […]

New- Water Crock Affiliate Program

Affiliate Rewards Program: Water Filtration

We’re excited to announce our new “Water Crock Affiliate” program. Sign up to be an affiliate and you will earn a portion of our sales every time you refer a new customer. Here’s how you can get started: Create an Affiliate Account on Waterfiltercrock.com. Get your personalized referral link. Share your link with your followers—on […]

Flint Michigan Water Crisis – How To Protect Your Water

Lead in drinking water, Flint, Michigan.

The Flint drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan began in April 2014 after Flint changed its water source from treated Detroit Water and Sewerage Department water (from Lake Huron and the Detroit River) to the Flint River. The Flint River water supply had corrosive agents, causing deterioration of water supply lines, with lead leaching into […]

What is your water filter flow rate?

CeraMetix® Ceramic Filter Candle - 5"

A common question our customers ask is about our water filter crock flow rate. Basically, the water crock works like this: When you place water in the upper reservoir, gravity pulls water through the filter element in the main chamber. The more water in the upper reservoir, the faster the flow rate. As the water […]

What Can You Buy with Bitcoin? CoinDesk Answers

What you can buy with Bitcoin

As Bitcoin increases in popularity, many businesses are seeing the value of accepting this digital currency. The question is: where exactly can you spend your Bitcoin? If there’s a hole burning in your Bitcoin wallet, check out this article from CoinDesk. A growing list of online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores are accepting Bitcoin. In addition, […]

EPA Warns Hoosick Falls, NY: Don’t Drink PFOA Contaminated Water

perfluorooctanoic acid in drinking water, Hoosick Falls NY

On December 17th, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warned residents in Hoosick Falls not to drink or cook with village water because of elevated levels of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). As reported by the Times Union: PFOA was used since the 1940s to manufacture industrial and household products such as non-stick coatings and heat-resistant […]