Blog

Examining the Threat of E. Coli in Your Drinking Water

Many people have heard about Escherichia Coli, more commonly referred to as E. Coli in news stories and articles regarding harmful bacteria. Actually, most strains of E. Coli are relatively harmless and are found in the intestines of healthy people and animals. It is primarily a single […]

Read more

3 Things You Need to Know About Beryllium in Drinking Water

We should all be concerned about the quality of our drinking water and ensure that it is as free from contaminants as possible. One concern that has arisen in recent decades is the presence of Beryllium in certain sources of drinking water. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) […]

Read more

4 Steps to Identifying Good Quality Water

Many people judge their water purely on its appearance, odor, and taste. If all three of these criteria seem fine, then the water is considered to be good, and we can enjoy a drink of pure water. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily the case as many contaminants […]

Read more

A Brief Guide to Granulated Active Carbon Filtration Systems

Water filtration is one of the most common methods of removing inorganic materials, organic chemicals, viruses and bacteria from water supplies. One of the most effective treatment systems is GAC or granulated active carbon. These type of filters are a proven method of effectively removing contaminants that […]

Read more

What is in the Water We Drink?

We are all aware that drinking enough water is vital for our health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, many of us fail to give any thought about what’s in the water we drink and how water quality can impact our health.   The Potential Danger of Municipal Water Supplies:  Around […]

Read more

Water-Quality Assessment in Nebraska

In 2001, the USGS (U.S Geological Survey) began the second decade of the National Water Quality Assessment Program in the Cycle II of intensive water quality assessments. This cycle involved revisiting 42 aquifer systems and major river basins that were assessed in the previous decade. The NAWQA […]

Read more

Should You Be Concerned About Wastewater Being Disposed of in Oil Wells

A new bill was introduced into Nebraska Legislature seeking to create further regulations for the oil and gas industry. This was a response to a western Nebraska controversial project allowing gas and oil companies to inject wastewater underground.   The Permit Application:  This action was prompted by a […]

Read more

Reasons to Use Hydrogen Peroxide for Well Water Odors

If your well water has an unpleasant odor, you are not alone. Many homeowners experience this common problem, and if your well water smells like rotten eggs, it may not just be an aesthetic problem.   The Underlying Problem:  A rotten egg smell in your water is not […]

Read more

Is There a Problem With Atrazine in Surface Water and Drinking Water?

Atrazine is a type of herbicide that is used to selectively control dicot or broadleaf weeds such as velvetleaf, pigweed, and cocklebur in corn and sorghum fields. Selective control allows target weeds to be managed with little or no damage to the crop. It has been found […]

Read more

Has a Procedural Error Caused Your Water Test Failure?

If your home has a well water supply, you are likely to be familiar with the need for regular testing. Since you conduct tests at least once a year, it can become quite routine and a test fail can come as a shocking surprise. What you may […]

Read more
Page 4 of 23« First...23456...1020...Last »

Gallery

Blog

Educational Center

Testimonials