Tag Archives | hydration

Our Most Loyal Friends Need to Hydrate, Too

According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), adult dogs need about one ounce of water per pound of body weight per day. But growing puppies, despite their small size, drink proportionately more than their adult counterparts. And, on especially hot days our furry friends may need even more water. Help them stay hydrated this summer […]

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How Safe Are Drinking Fountains in NYC?

Clean water has been a topic of both national and local concern in recent years. Flint, Mich., famously made headlines in 2014 for its dangerous, lead-tainted water supply — a major threat to children’s brains and nervous systems, as well as adults’ reproductive systems. People disparage drinking fountains all the time, but they provide a needed service […]

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Lead in Schools and How to Test

By: Joanne Benz Lead is a toxic metal, and exposure even in low levels can harm children’s health, possibly damaging the brain and nervous system, according to the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While the water flowing into the schools is safe, lead can leach into it from pipes, fixtures or solder in […]

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Download Your Copy of the 2018 Price List Now

The 2018 Price List Now Available Download your copy of the Haws(R) Hydration and Emergency Equipment Full Line Price List. All prices will go into effect on January 1, 2018, and supersede all other price lists. If you have any questions or would like to obtain a printed copy, please contact customer service at (888) 640-4297.  

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Creating Happy, Healthy, and Hydrated Children in Northern Nevada

Urban Roots’ Farm Camp programs are outdoor garden-based week-long day camps designed to inspire excitement for learning. Farm Camp programs coincide with the Washoe County School District (Northern Nevada) breaks. During 35 hours in the outdoors, campers ages 5-15 delve into the basics of plant biology, animal care, and nutrition while planting, tending, harvesting, and […]

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A Legacy of Innovation

By Stephanie Kilroy One hundred and ten years ago, Luther Haws created a drinking solution that would become the first product for Haws Sanitary Drinking Faucet Company. Luther saw children drinking from a common cup on a playground at a public school; as a result, he invented a bubblerhead drinking faucet. This innovation sparked what […]

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Haws in Action: Hands-on education with elementary students to promote creativity and curiosity in the science and engineering fields.

Custom eagle and tree nest drinking fountain and a mural designed by students were unveiled June 5 at Veterans Elementary School – STEM Academy. Together with Veteran’s Elementary School (Reno, Nevada) and other local manufacturers, Haws Corporation’s Research & Development team created and implemented a custom drinking fountain project for 1st and 5th-grade students for […]

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