Articles tagged contaminants

  • Water 101: Learning and Hydration

    The first six years of life has the greatest and most lasting impact on a child's development; early exposure to certain contaminants can permanently impair a child's health and cognitive potential. Clean water in the classroom

  • Algal Blooms

    duck in algal bloom

    While algae are a natural component of the aquatic food chain and are typically not harmful, many blooms can be disruptive to the ecosphere and are toxic to humans. Toxic algae

  • Drinking Water Quality for Major Metro Areas

    If you think your local drinking water doesn't need to be filtered, think again. This map of the U.S. is incredibly useful and eye-opening. Water quality by city

  • Water Testing Kits

    Which water filter to buy: An under-counter or counter top system will meet most city water needs, but for rural areas or well water, it's a bit more complicated. How to test your water

  • Aquasana Responds to Colorado Mine Disaster

    The Animas River, Aug. 6, 2015

    On August 5, the Gold King mine mine began leaking chemicals into the Animas River—three states declared a state of emergency. We can help: our OptimH2o Water filter removes contaminants common in water following a mine accident. Special offer for disaster victims

  • Cyclospora in the Water

    To prevent this intestinal infection, avoid food or water that might have been contaminated and filter your drinking water. Sterilight UV filter

  • Celebrate your independence from bottled water

    Recently, 14 brands of bottled water were recalled due to potential E coli contamination. Yet another reason to bottle your own water. E coli in bottled water

  • Drugs Found in Drinking Water

    Not a Good RX for Health and Wellness...You have aches and pains, but consider yourself very lucky that you are in overall good health. In fact, if you can avoid it... RX in city water

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