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National Tap Water Quality Database

Tap water in 42 states is contaminated with more than 140 unregulated chemicals that lack safety standards, according to the Environmental Working Group's (EWG's) two-and-a-half year investigation of water suppliers' tests of the treated tap water served to communities across the country.
 
In an analysis of more than 22 million tap water quality tests, most of which were required under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, EWG found that water suppliers across the U.S. detected 260 contaminants in water served to the public. One hundred forty-one (141) of these detected chemicals — more than half — are unregulated; public health officials have not set safety standards for these chemicals, even though millions drink them every day.

The Benefits of Soft Water for Your Hair and Skin

  Have you been suffering from itchy, dry skin? Does your hair feel dry and lifeless? The last thing that most of us think about when trying to change our beauty routine is the water we use. Believe it or not, the kind of water we use...

What Are The Benefits of A Water Filtration System?

Originally posted on 02/23/2017 A water filtration system is useful when you are getting your water from a well, lake, stream, or municipal system. There are usually contaminants in the water that affects the taste and quality of the...

How Much Water Should You Be Drinking?

Originally posted on 07/07/2017 The human body is made up of over 75% water. Drinking water is crucial for our health and well-being. It helps the body through the process of homeostasis, cleansing, clearing, and keeping things balanced....

The Best Methods to Protect Your Softener This Winter

Winter has not been easy this year, and we have a long haul left! Extreme weather conditions bring out the worse in just about everything. From how your body works to how your home works, stead temperatures above 40 degrees and below 80 degrees keep...

Are you Drinking Enough Water this Summer?

Summer is a great time to get out of the house and have some fun in the sun. The season is here for beach volleyball, swimming at the pool or the lake, or hitting the trails for a hike. Make sure you drink enough water to keep up with the extra heat...

3 Benefits of a Water Softener

It is a well-known fact that 85% of homes depend on hard water supplies. Hard water contains excessive amounts of minerals such as iron and calcium. As such, hard water supplies constitute a huge problem for homeowners. Besides, hard water creates...
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