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Farmers always have to adapt to changing climates such as droughts and warm weather in the winter. The outcomes of the changing climates could be good or bad. Lucky for us the warm winter means that the fruits and vegetables are going to be sweeter and more flavorful. Farmers have also said that the some of the fruits and vegetables are blooming earlier than normal. If it’s another really hot summer we will probably have more full bodied, high alcohol wines. So get your Nature-Kleen and Vege-Kleen ready for all of the great produce we’re going to have available this year!

On Monday the world's largest solar plant was opened. It is located only 45 minutes away from the Coachella Valley in Desert Center. The plant is large enough to power 160,000 homes and has more than 8.1 million modules that produce 550 megawatts of electricity. The electricity generated is distributed to Southern California Edison and Pacific Gas & Electric. Aqua Sun Ozone is lucky enough to potentially use some of this clean energy since we purchase our electricity from Southern California Edison. California's three major utilities are on track to meet a 33% renewable energy mandate by 2020 and the governor trying to increase it to 50% by 2030.

Aqua Sun Ozone even makes its own green products, one of which is The Ozone Otter™. The Ozone Otter™ only costs pennies a day to operate and works great on above-ground pools, small residential pools, swim spas and more.

To found out more about The Ozone Otter™ click here.

California is now going into its fourth year of drought. For the first time in recorded history there was no measureable rainfall in San Francisco during January. Also the Sierra Nevada’s snowpack, which supplies a third of California’s water, is much lower than normal. California as a whole has cut down on water usage by 22 percent. Unfortunately, that still might not be enough.

Below are the water districts with the smallest per-capita water use per day:

California-American Water Company Monterey District, Monterey – 33 gallons

Goleta Water District, Santa Barbara – 37 gallons

California Water Service Company South San Francisco, San Mateo – 39 gallons

California Water Service Company East L.A., San Mateo – 40 gallons

City of San Francisco, San Francisco – 40 gallons

Below are the water districts with the highest per-capita water use per day:

Desert Water Agency, Riverside – 235 gallons

Coachella Valley Water District, Riverside – 232 gallons

City of Rialto, San Bernardino – 154 gallons

City of Bakersfield, Kern – 138 gallons

City of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles – 132 gallons

If you would like to find out how you can conserve more water click here.

Recently an article was released regarding chicken parts and how contaminated they are. The legal limit on the percentage of a whole chicken that can be contaminated with salmonella is 7.5 percent. Until recently the USDA only focused on whole chickens. After the Foster Farms outbreak about a year ago they started focusing on chicken parts. They found that chicken parts were three to four times more likely to be contaminated with salmonella and ground chicken was worse. The USDA proposed a new set of standards for poultry parts and ground poultry setting the legal limit to 15 percent.

Our Nature-Kleen kills 99.99% of salmonella in only 15 minutes and the UTC-1000 does the same in just 15 seconds! You would no longer have to worry about salmonella outbreaks with these products.  With every meal you will have peace of mind knowing your food is safe.

To find out more about the Nature-Kleen click here.

To find out more about the UTC-1000 click here.

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Throughout the years we’ve heard about climate change and how it is negatively impacting our planet. Right now there are at least 11 species threatened by climate change. Some of those species are the Polar Bear, Lemuroid Ringtail Possum, Ringed Seals and Adelie Penguin.  Many of us feel like there’s not much that we can do; however, there are many little steps that we can take to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.

 

Here are some steps that you can take at home:

 - Switch over household products to the ENERGY STAR label.

 - Make sure your heating and cooling equipment are running properly.

 - RECYCLE, RECYCLE, RECYCLE!

 - Conserve water.

 - Use renewable energy (e.g. solar panels.)

 - Calculate your carbon footprint and find where you can reduce your emissions.

 

It may seem small, but it all helps!  

With the arrival of winter also comes the peak of flu season. Most of us will try just about anything to get better as soon as possible. What many of us don’t think about are the foods that can help keep us from getting sick and that can help us once we are sick. Below are some of foods that boost immunity.

 

Foods that keep you healthy:

- Yogurt keeps the intestines free of grems that cause diseases.

- Oats boost immunity and speed up healing.

- Garlic fights infection and bacteria.

- Shellfish helps clear the flu from your body.

- Chicken soup blocks inflammation and works like cough medicine.

- Black and green tea produce cells that fight disease.

- Sweet potatoes give your skin vitamin A to stay strong and healthy.

Foods that help when you’re sick:

- Black and green tea produce cells that fight disease.

- Chicken soup blocks inflammation and works like cough medicine.

- Citrus Fruits speed up recovery and boost the immune syatem.

- Popsicles made of 100% fruit juice help with hydration.

- Spicy foods are good for nasal decongestion.

- Bananas can help reduce body temperature.

 

 Along with all of these great tips, don’t forget to get your BreathKleen around-the-neck personal air sanitizer to fight those germs when you’re faced with crowds of people this season.  On sale for a limited time only be sure to get one for everyone in your family! 

Aqua Sun Ozone has completely redesigned the Around-the-Neck anion generator and they are now available at the low price of only $34.00!

With flu season upon us and holiday travel and shopping inevitable, who couldn’t use a little extra help to stay healthy?  (Don’t forget to keep your hand sanitizer handy, too!)

The new BreatheKleen is rechargeable, lightweight, portable & quiet. Call us at 888-320-8500 to order yours now! 

Thanksgiving is a time to bring the whole family together. The last thing anyone wants is to get food poisoning. Here are some helpful tips to ensure a Happy Thanksgiving:

 - Don’t rinse your poultry. Rinsing your poultry will cause contaminated water to splash onto your kitchen surfaces.

 - Make sure to wash all vegetables and fruit.

 - Use a digital instant read thermometer to find out if the turkey is completely cooked. The temperature needs to reach 180 degrees Fahrenheit when inserted into the thickest part of the thigh.

 - Food shouldn’t sit out for more than 2 hours. Serve smaller bowls and rotate them from the refrigerator to keep the food free of harmful bacteria.

 - Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly before touching food, after touching food and before eating.

 - Use separate cutting boards. Use one for meat and anther for cooked foods, fruits, and vegetables. Make sure to sanitize all cooking utensils and surfaces to reduce the risk of food poisoning.

 - When thawing a turkey allow one day in the refrigerator for every 5 pounds. If thawing in cold water allow 30 minutes for each pound and replace the water every 30 minutes.

 - Refrigerate a thawed turkey no longer than two days before cooking.

 - Only put stuffing in the turkey right before you cook it.

 - Leftovers should be frozen right away or eaten within three or four days.