The Importance of Pure Drinking Water

The Importance of Pure Drinking Water

August is National Water Quality Month As you may know, August is National Water Quality Month.  National Water Quality Month was founded years ago to educate consumers about the importance of clean water.  Water, especially PURE water, is so important not only to our wellbeing but our very existence!  We should celebrate every time we…

Are Microbeads in Your Drinking Water?

Are Microbeads in Your Drinking Water?

What are Microbeads? Microbeads are man-made solid plastic particles of less than one millimeter in their largest dimension. They are commercially available in particle sizes of 10 micrometers to 1 micrometer. That would be the equivalent of 0.00039 inches to 0.039 inches so they are very small and may be hard to detect except with…

How to Remove Fluoride from Water

How to Remove Fluoride from Water

Health Effects of Fluoride For a variety of health reasons, many people are looking for ways to remove fluoride from their drinking water or they are seeking out bottled water without fluoride.  While water fluoridation is a widespread water treatment practice in the United States, and a few other places, fluoride opponents, and many preventative…

Effective Nitrate Removal from Water

Effective Nitrate Removal from Water

Nitrates in water can cause blue blood syndrome and birth defects, as well as stomach and colon cancer.  Nitrates are mainly used in fertilizers for better crop production.  This can cause water quality issues especially for people who live in states that are heavily involved in farming such as Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, South Dakota, North…

Removing Chlorine from Drinking Water

Removing Chlorine from Drinking Water

Chlorine in drinking water is a big concern these days, which has prompted numerous people to look for ways to remove chlorine from tap water.  While chlorine is added to municipal water supplies as a disinfectant to kill disease-causing pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, and protozoans, it also has a negative side.  Many people do…