ohio water quality


If its football pre-season, we can depend on conversations becoming arguments, as we begin to analyze every last move of our favorite teams and players.  In Texas, these conversations take on a whole new life as they seemingly happen at every field, at every level, and with players of every age.  While we love to […]

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This past weekend was an unpleasant one in Toledo, Ohio as a drinking water ban impacted the lives of nearly 400,000 residents.  Caused by an algae bloom in Lake Erie, this is one of the larger recent drinking water bans this country has experienced, and comes relatively hot on the heels of January’s MCHM contamination […]

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So what exactly happened in Portland? Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, E. Coli was found in samples taken of the area’s drinking water supply, leading to a boil water alert for over 650,000 residents.

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Within this blog, we shy away from any inflammatory discussions involving politics.  If the efforts we make to help provide clean drinking water and education blend over into politics, we try to focus more on the power of bipartisanship.  So the video above from Delaware Governor Jack Markell (D) should not be seen as an […]

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It’s still scary.  The West Virginia water contamination incident.  While it may seem that most zones have been cleared, with tap water officially declared ‘safe,’ water quality issues – ranging from discoloration, to odor, to off-flavors – may last for quite some time.  And most frustrating about all of this, as we shared yesterday, is […]

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“Water changes everything” – charity: water Over the last several years, WaterFilters.NET has been proud to support and partner with charity: water by offering a portion of our profits to its mission.  The results of this financial support can be seen in the Ethiopian villages of May Shintro and Mai Gudguad, both of which are […]

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