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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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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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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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America’s Aging Water Pipes: Is Your Tap Water at Risk? If you’re among the millions of Americans whose water comes through a public line, your drinking water might be at risk. Across the country, lead pipes are still carrying water into homes and businesses, more than three decades after they were banned. These decades-old pipes […]

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Free Chlorination Explained: The Benefits and Possible Downsides Water utilities supply large amounts of water to customers every day through complex drinking water distribution systems (DWDSs). It’s how most of us get water to drink, cook, shower, do the laundry, and for other household and personal purposes. Typically, these water providers must take steps to […]

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Texas Water Crisis: Keeping Your Drinking Water Safe During a Winter Storm Clean drinking water is a crucial part of our health and well being. But regrettably, it’s something many of us take for granted. The ongoing Texas water crisis demonstrates how important it is for us to adequately prepare for the likelihood of similar […]

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Is Purified Water The Same As Distilled Water? Which is the Better Choice? Remember the days when your local supermarket only had a handful of bottled water choices? Picking one off the shelf was so easy and straightforward! But thanks to new water treatment techniques (and shady marketing tactics), shopping for bottled water these days […]

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California Wildfires: How AFFF Firefighting Foam Can Pollute Drinking Water In case you haven’t been following the news, California experienced a series of violent wildfires in 2020. In response, firefighters across the state have been working tirelessly to combat the fierce blazes and bring hope to the wildfire survivors and worried residents. However, there’s a […]

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Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Explained Reverse osmosis water filters are a popular choice for many homeowners. Many of these systems use multiple filtration stages to remove everything from lead and arsenic to hormones and bacteria from water. It’s no wonder why the EPA considers reverse osmosis (RO) one of the best water filtration technologies on […]

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