Water test kits


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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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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Good home brew requires good, clean water.  So what about great home brew? I’ve posted before about the crossroads most home brewers will find themselves at – deciding whether or not it’s the right time to incorporate water filtration equipment into their home brewing set-up. If you are looking for an extremely special gift for […]

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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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Recently we looked at the local water report distributed by your municipal water provider. This “consumer confidence report” contains useful information about levels of contaminants about which you may be concerned in your area. But what if you live out of town and have your own private well? Or your water comes from other unregulated […]

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Top Eight Mistakes by Water Filter System Buyers

by wfnblog on October 4, 2010


Presenting the top eight mistakes made by water filter system buyers. Hopefully this will help you to make good decisions when you purchase a filter system.

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