Posts Tagged ‘tap water’

Improving the Taste of Your Tap Water

No one enjoys drinking bad tasting water. Unfortunately, while tap water is the United States is among the safest in the world, this doesn’t always mean that it tastes great. Approximately 86% of the population in the U.S receive water from a municipal or public water supply. […]

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Can You Remove Microplastics from Tap Water?

Only a couple of months ago a Time Magazine report stated that plastic fibers could be found in approximately 83% of the world’s domestic tap water supply. This microplastic pollution has even be found in certain brands of plastic bottled water, and many people are worried about […]

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Removing Arsenic from Your Tap Water

Arsenic is a semi-metallic element that can be found all around us every day. It’s distributed via land, air, and water, throughout our environment. We find inorganic arsenic as a naturally occurring element in groundwater in many countries, including the United States of America. Some states have […]

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Is Tap Water Preferable to Bottled Water?

Is Tap Water Preferable to Bottled Water?   Bottled water is a multi-billion dollar business and fast becoming one of the most common beverages in the U.S..  With the decline of sugary or carbonated soft drinks, most health conscious people today often opt for bottled water over […]

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What if your Tap Water isn’t CLEAR?

What if your Tap Water isn’t CLEAR?   An Overview of the Color of Your Tap Water For most consumers, who own or live in a home, it is not all that difficult to detect a problem with their water supply if the tap water comes out […]

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