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Last week, we were among the many sharing and striving to help West Virginia residents still living with significant water contamination issues.  This week, The New York Times broke a story nearly as troubling. In the investigation, a corresponding video of which appears above, water samples from eight of twelve rooftop water towers (depended on […]

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Today, marks the beginning of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM.)  As noted on the NBCAM website, there have been great strides in both breast cancer awareness and treatment over the last twenty-five years. But as anyone that is or knows a breast cancer survivor can attest (full disclosure: I would fall into that latter […]

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We’ve covered a lot of stories on this blog as of late sharing how small and craft breweries are adhering to water usage best practices.  That makes the video above all the more special.  Fox affiliate WFXL in Georgia shares how one of the nation’s largest breweries – MillerCoors – has implemented water sustainability initiatives […]

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Now that we’ve covered sediment and taste & odor issues it’s time to tackle the more difficult high level contaminants (HLC’s)

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In this latest video from WaterFilters.NET, Aquaman interviews Melissa from Viqua Inc. maker of the Trojan UV systems. Highlights include, why you need a UV system, general information about UV system, bulb changing instruction, and installation tips.

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E. coli is a type of fecal bacteria commonly found in the intestines of animals and humans, it is an emerging cause of foodborne and waterborne illness.

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Each of us is concerned about what we put into our bodies—whether it’s food, water, soda, or some other product. What we consume has a direct correlation to our health. Unhealthy food consumed over time can contribute to numerous health risks. Drinking sugar-filled soda all day can seriously impact our weight. For drinking water—something that […]

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