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How Much Water Does the Average U.S. Household Use? The United States is deemed the “Land of Plenty,” partly for its abundant water resources. It’s home to the largest freshwater lake system worldwide (the Great Lakes), which holds six quadrillion gallons of water. And let’s not forget the mighty Mississippi River, which flows at around […]

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10 Potential Sources of Groundwater Pollution Let’s play a riddle game: I am a precious treasure hidden beneath the Earth’s surface. I account for at least 30 percent of the total freshwater on the planet. I am one of America’s most invaluable natural resources. What am I? Good try, but the answer is groundwater. More […]

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Why Springwell’s FutureSoft Water Softener Makes Sense in California California is known for its gorgeous weather year-round, beautiful beaches, vibrant cities, and regrettably, its many experiences with drought and hard water problems in some regions. For years, many homeowners have relied on conventional salt-based water softeners to combat the devastating effects of ‘hard’ water. However, […]

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EPA’s New PFAS Rule Lacks Details About Drinking Water If there’s anything we learned from the Dark Waters movie, it’s that PFAS chemicals can be toxic to our health. And usually, there’s an increased risk for people who live or work close to military bases, industrial and manufacturing sites, airports, and other areas where PFAS […]

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PFOS & PFOA: The Dangers of ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Drinking Water If you’ve been following the news a lot lately, chances are you’ve seen or heard the acronym ‘PFAS.’ Perhaps instead of keeping up with the news, you fully immerse yourself in the latest drama-filled movies – and extra buttery popcorn. In the latter case, […]

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The 4 Most Common Ways Our Water is Being Polluted and How You Can Tackle the Dangerous Effects Water pollution is more than just tossing a beer can in a nearby river while camping. Other sources range from agricultural runoff to oil spills, which contaminate our rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and seas with chemicals, waste, plastic, […]

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Maybe you consider yourself somewhat of an environmentalist. You recycle bottles, cans, and newspapers, religiously reuse the plastic grocery bags you accumulate, and you never, ever litter. Those are all great places to start, but have you considered the ways you may be polluting your water supply? Believe it or not, even the most well-meaning […]

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]You buy bottled water because you want what’s best for your family. You know that tap water contains chlorine and other potentially harmful toxins, so there are always bottles of clean, filtered water in your refrigerator. Have you ever considered what happens to those bottles once you’re finished with them? At SpringWell, we’re concerned about […]

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