Lead in Water – What You Need to Know Certified Master Water Specialist Wayne Slark details what you need to about lead in water and how to protect your water at home. How does lead get into city water? How to prevent it from coming into your home. Cities test water and even when it […]
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Point-of-Entry (POE) devices are whole-house treatment systems mainly designed to reduce contaminants in water intended for showering, washing dishes and clothes, brushing teeth, and flushing toilets. Ion Exchange Ion exchange operations and the choice of resins to use is highly dependent on the water analysis, what has to be removed and to what level it […]
Point-of-Use (POU) devices treat water at the point of consumption. The technology provides the final barrier to the contaminants of concern before the water is consumed or used. Some technologies that are commonly applied at the point of use, but may also be applied at the point of entry, include the following: Activated Carbon Reverse […]
Water Quality and Health Are Linked Bad water is bad for you, but safe water is key to life — and good for you! Water has so many health benefits that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recommends drinking eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. Water and health are linked. According […]
A Massive Outbreak in Milwaukee of Cryptosporidium Infection Transmitted through the Public Water Supply Early in the spring of 1993 there was a widespread outbreak of acute watery diarrhea among the residents of Milwaukee.
It is estimated that 19.5 million illnesses occur each year in the United States that are caused by microorganisms in drinking water. Particularly vulnerable are older adults, young children and people with weakened immune systems.