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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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Understanding pH in Your Drinking Water There are a few essential things to understand when ensuring the best-quality drinking water in your home, one of which is your water’s pH value. You may have seen the term “pH” printed on the labels of various types or brands of bottled water at the grocery store (think […]

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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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The Benefits and Risks of Deionized Water Water comes in different types – tap water, purified water, and alkaline water, to name a few. While many are safe to drink, they’re usually unfit for applications that use water as a rinse, ingredient, or solvent (think the food, cosmetic, and medical industries). The fact is, the […]

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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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How to Protect Children from Toxic Contaminants in Water Keeping our children safe and healthy is crucial to their growth and development. That’s why we must provide a secure environment for our precious little ones, nourish them with healthy meals, and protect them from anything that can expose them to danger, like toxic contaminants in […]

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What Is TDS & Why TDS is Just a Myth For Measuring Drinking Water Quality Picture this: News just broke about a widespread lead contamination problem in your city. Haunted by the dark memories of the Flint water crisis, you begin scouring the internet, desperately trying to find a way to check if your water […]

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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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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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The Potential Risks of Microplastics in Drinking Water Consider this: The average American produces an estimated 234 pounds of plastic waste every year. Of that, only about 9 percent makes it to a recycling bin. If our math is correct, the U.S. population (roughly 330 million) generates a staggering 77.2 billion pounds (or 38.6 million […]

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