The Global Water Challenges for 2019

Less than one percent of the world's water is potable and accessible for human consumption. While the Earth is covered in water, much of it is sea water and high in saline, which makes it unfit for drinking. As the population rises and the Earth faces higher...

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Learn about Heavy Water and Bioaccumulation

If you’re concerned about what's in your water, you have every right to be. Local water municipalities across the U.S. have had issues with neglect of the water system, some intentionally. Beyond that, reports of the Brockovich chemical and radiation affect the water...

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The Types of Water Hardness

Do you have hard water at your house? If so, you might notice that your showers, bathtubs, and toilets have developed brown, rust stains that mar the porcelain. Another indication that you have hard water is a filmy sensation on your skin and hair after taking a bath....

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The Benefits of Water Chlorination

You may notice that there are many cities that use chlorine to purify their drinking water. This is for many different reasons. Chlorine is one of the best purifiers available. There are benefits to chlorine over other methods that will be discussed. One of the...

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Benefits of Getting Water Tested in Laboratories

With the continuing problems of drinking water in Flint, Michigan, and Puerto Rico, along with the reports that over 170 million people are drinking radioactive water and 250 million Americans are exposed to the "Erin Brockovich" carcinogen, you have every right to...

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Signs Your Water Has Lead Contamination

There are quite a few possible contaminants in your water, although many are removed from the water supply during municipal water treatments. However, lead is a contaminant that can sometimes remain in your drinking water even after treatment. This can result from a...

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