National Water Quality Month Tips to Help You Protect Your Water

Posted by: Rhona Reid On August 13, 2019 5:59 pm

Hurrah! August is National Water Quality Month, so it’s the perfect time to think about what’s coming out of your taps and into your body!

To celebrate – we’re going to weigh in on:

What Is National Water Quality Month?
When Was National Water Quality Month Started?
Where Does My Water Come From?
Where Can I Get My Water Tested for Free?
What Can I Do to Protect My Water?
Water Ionizers and National Water Quality Month

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Let it flow…August is all about the quality of our drinking water!

What Is National Water Quality Month?

The Environmental Protection Agency has selected August to be National Water Quality Month.

The idea of this designation is to get us all thinking about

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The Water in California: Is it Really a Cocktail of Carcinogens?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On May 9, 2019 5:19 pm

A new study done by the Environmental Working Group has revealed that the cocktail of toxins and contaminants in the Californian municipal water supply could contribute to 15,500 cases of cancer over the course of an average lifetime.

Read on to learn more about the water in California and what Californians should use to effectively filter their water:

  1. What’s in the Water in California?
  2. Is It Safe to Drink the Water in California?
  3. What’s the Best Type of Water Filter to Use?
  4. What Are Tyent Filters Capable Of?

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The water in California: just how big is the problem?

What’s in the Water in California?

With chemicals and radioactive particles including hexavalent chromium (the ‘Erin Brockovich’ chemical); uranium, radium, disinfectant …

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Lead in School Water: How Can I Protect My Kids?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On April 8, 2019 6:22 pm

In 2017, 13 million American kids went to school and drank water containing elevated levels of lead.

An additional 18 million kids attended schools where the drinking water either wasn’t tested for lead or where officials had no record of whether the water had been tested or not.

Let’s make no bones about this.  The presence of lead in school water is approaching a crisis point.

In this article – we’ll cover:

  1. What Is Lead?
  2. The Presence of Lead in U.S. Drinking Water
  3. How Much Lead is Safe in Drinking Water?
  4. Lead in Drinking Water in Schools
  5. How Does Lead Get into Drinking Water in Schools?
  6. Do All Schools Test Drinking Water for Lead?
  7. Who Monitors the Lead Levels in
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Water Quality Testing: Does Your State Need It?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On March 11, 2019 4:25 pm

Water quality is more important today than ever before – especially since the days of turning on the tap and trusting (without question) what comes out of it are gone. Even if you’re lucky enough to live somewhere that hasn’t hit the headlines over water contamination, your water might still contain unwelcome elements that can’t be seen, smelled, or tasted.

To learn more about the state of water quality testing, just look at these following bullets below:

  1. What is Water Quality?
  2. Why is Water Quality Important?
  3. How Water Quality is Measured
  4. Water Report by Zip Code [FREE Analysis]
  5. Filtration Systems and Water Ionizers for Better Water Quality
  6. How to Buy a Water Ionizer at the Best Price

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Has your city

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