Earth Friendly Water Blog

Enough with the Snow Already!

Snowy New England

I know I speak for every member of the AquaHealth team when I say that we are proud to live and work in New England. That being said, after getting nearly three feet of snow in the past week, it would not be an understatement to say that we are all very jealous at the moment of our colleagues in the Las Vegas office. After what we have been through, the high of 48 degrees and sunny we are expecting on Saturday sounds absolutely tropical.

Also, if you’re wondering….the picture is above is a table currently residing in snowy Massachusetts. The amount of snow covering it is not photoshopped or altered in any way shape or form. Ridiculous… 

Tags: Aquahealth, snow, Weather, New England

The Science of Snowmaking at Sochi


Ever wonder how snow is made? To prepare for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia has used more than 230 million gallons of water to make snow for the skiing and snowboarding competitions! Check out the video below from the New York Times for an explanation behind the science of how they made that much snow….


Tags: Aquahealth, Water, Sochi, snow, Snowmaking, Olympics, Sochi Olympics

The Science of Snowflakes


Ever wonder how snowflakes formed? After experiencing yet another massive snowstorm, our curiosity was piqued. After stumbling across this video about the science of snowflakes we had to share it!

Tags: Aquahealth, Water, snow, snowflakes, snowflake, snowstorms