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Understanding Water Contaminants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), actually only tests for less than a dozen contaminants in our water supplies. There are actually thousands of different contaminants, but they are listed as low risk and/or emergent threats that may be periodically reclassified. Many of these contaminants are dissolved […]

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How Can You Remove Insecticides from Your Water Supply?

The political and practical concerns surrounding modern farming have led to an increase in the use of insecticides and pesticides. It may be the case that you only buy organic produce rather than food that has been grown using these methods. As commendable as that may be, […]

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Drinking Corrosive Water: What are the Risks?

When they think about corrosion, most people visualize rust on exposed metal surfaces. Corrosion is actually a series of reactions that occurs between water and the materials or metal surfaces it’s transported in and where it’s stored. The process that occurs is an oxidation/reduction reaction that returns […]

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Total Dissolved Solids Risks

If you’ve noticed any news stories or water science studies on Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) you probably already aware of the risks they present. For those not in the know yet, TDS causes corrosion in plumbing fixtures, it can shorten the lifespan of your appliances, and it […]

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Drinking Water to Balance Alkaline/Acidic Body pH Levels

Our bodies are mainly made from water, with the relative levels of alkalinity and acidity measured as a pH level. We are quite often told that we need to cut down on acidity and alkalize our bodies. While this is good advice, the inverse is quite often […]

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The Top 5 Pollutants You May Have in Drinking Water

Sadly, it is becoming increasingly apparent that our public drinking water contains a number of harmful pollutants. Some of these contaminants are from manmade sources, and others are naturally occurring. The standard method of disinfecting water using chlorine and fluoride introduces new health problems, and more effective […]

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A Brief Explanation: The pH Values of Water

Many of us probably remember carrying out a litmus paper test and watching it turn red or blue in a science class. This simple visual indicator for the pH levels of acidity and alkalinity in a given substance was a basic introduction to the subject. There is […]

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Do You Need to Test Your Water?

We all need a clean source of drinking water to stay healthy, but there are other requirements to consider. When you stop and think about water usage in your home, it is actually used for a wide variety of tasks. The composition of our water can adversely […]

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Why You Should Consider Removing Chlorine from Your Drinking Water

Chlorine has been used as a disinfectant for water supplies for decades, and it has been highly effective. Chlorine easily kills waterborne diseases and pathogens. It’s easy to monitor, trace amounts remain in the water supply to prevent bacteria growth, and it’s inexpensive to use. One would […]

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How to Identify Water Quality Problems in Well Water

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has standards for water quality that must be adhered to by municipal water suppliers. These rules don’t apply to those of us that receive our water from private wells, and we must take responsibility for the quality of our own water. This […]

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