What EPA’s New PFAS Plan Could Mean for America’s Drinking Water They say every cloud has a silver lining, but so does one of America’s most widespread water contamination problems. Amid dwindling hope and growing concerns, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a new strategic road map to combat a group of highly toxic “forever […]

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7 Signs of Sediment Buildup in Your Water Heater If you’ve ever had to take a cold shower during the chilly winter months, you know it’s crucial to have a water heater installed in your home. But like nearly every other appliance in your household, several things can damage your water heater – like sediment […]

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Hurricane Season: How Hurricanes Can Affect Drinking Water Quality Demolished homes, flooded towns, and prolonged power outages: These are some of the tragic tales known to dominate news reports after an intense hurricane. However, these weather disasters also contribute heavily to an ongoing problem plaguing many communities for many years: drinking water contamination. Once a […]

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How Water Filters Benefit the Environment A huge part of living a happier and healthier life is protecting the natural environment. For many of us, that means adopting sustainable habits, like using energy-efficient light bulbs and appliances, recycling plastic waste, or even filtering our drinking water. Yes, you heard it right; installing a water filter […]

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The Best Iron Well Water Filtration System for Homes on Well Water So, you’ve been having second thoughts about the safety of your public water supply. Perhaps you’ve seen all the disturbing news headlines about the dangerous water contaminants that are plaguing schools, hospitals, homes, businesses, etc. Or maybe you want to escape the annoying […]

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The Infrastructure Bill and What It Could Mean for City Water It’s no secret that America’s water infrastructure is falling apart, and with this article we’ll only be discussing the water side of the bill (this is not a political post). Our nation’s drinking water systems and wastewater treatment facilities are nearing the end of […]

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The History of Water Filters Centuries ago, if you wanted to filter your water at home, you’d likely have to boil the water then pour it through sieve-like cloth bags to trap sediments that caused foul taste and smell. Water filtration was no more complex than that, at least not until thousands of years later. […]

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How to Treat Acidic Water Using a Calcite pH Neutralizer System When you fill a glass at your kitchen sink, you expect the water to be clean and refreshing. However, you’d be surprised to know that changes in your water quality can occur almost instantly. For instance, if somehow the pH of your tap water […]

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Tannins in Florida Waterways and How to Remove Them from Your Drinking Water Florida is one of the few places in America with a plentiful source of groundwater. Groundwater wells provide over 92% of the water residents statewide use for consumption and domestic purposes. But, unfortunately, the Sunshine State has a long history of water […]

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How to Find the Right Plumber to Install a Water Filter or Water Softener You’re sick of pouring all of your money into bottled water, or worse, dealing with water contamination problems at home every day. You’re ready to buy your very own premium-quality water filtration system to ease the constant stress and frustration. After […]

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