Drinking Water News You Need

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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So is the tap water in West Virginia safe to drink or not?  Two weeks after a chemical storage plant operated by Freedom Industries spilled 7,500+ gallons of MCHM – an industrial chemical used to separate coal from rock – into the drinking water supply, some tests indicate that water still may not be safe. […]

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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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WOWK 13 Charleston, Huntington WV News, Weather, Sports In a rapidly developing story that broke overnight, a chemical spill in West Virginia has left 200,000 residents of the Charleston area and surrounding counties with unsafe tap water. If you are in the impacted areas, do not use your tap water for drinking, cooking, cleaning or […]

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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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Holidays are a perfect time to celebrate what we’ve accomplished in the past year and to make our resolutions for what type of people we will be going forward.  For this reason, we rightfully see charitable endeavors highlighted more particularly over the holidays. One endeavor that we would like to highlight can be seen illustrated […]

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At WaterFilters.NET, the water filters and filtration products we offer provide one key and noticeable benefit above all else: they help to improve or maintain the taste of your drinking water.  But for the younger generation, will the taste of clean water be enough? Endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone suggests that flavoring up drinking water with […]

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An estimated five to six billion pounds of BPA is produced yearly.  BPA, or bisphenol A, is a chemical prominent in countless plastic products, most notably, plastic water bottles.  Over the last several years, this chemical has come under frequent debate for a whole host of health, safety and environmental issues.  Now, a recent study […]

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Tuesday, November 19th was the first official World Toilet Day.  Those not ingrained in the water or water filters business daily may, as shared in this CNN article, may see this as a bit of a joke.  But in reality, a toilet represents an incredibly basic right that most of our world still lives without.  […]

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A simple headline on the UNICEF website reads, “They Need Everything.”  Food, shelter – and especially clean drinking water – are in short supply.  Relief organizations around the world are mobilizing as quickly and efficiently as possible, but the destruction left in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan is beyond the scope of what many have […]

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