Articles tagged water-quality

  • Filtering lead out of water

    The two most common ways to remove lead from drinking water are ion exchange and reverse osmosis How to filter lead

  • First Flint, Where Next?

    US cities with lead contamination

    Flint, Michigan put the issue of lead in drinking water on the national map. This is not an isolated problem—elevated levels of lead in drinking water has been detected in more than a dozen cities. Other cities with lead in the water

  • Safe Drinking Water Act

    Most of us assume the water that flows from our tap is safe to drink. That is until Flint, Michigan’s water crisis made most of the nation question how safe tap water is to drink. How safe is the water you drink?

  • Video Blog: What Is Lead?

    What is Lead?

    Lead is in the news a lot these days. Aquasana CEO and environmental engineer Todd Bartee tells you what you need to know about this heavy metal and why you should avoid it, especially in drinking water. Lead poisoning

  • Meet the Contaminant: Lead, part two

    lead coins

    Lead poisoning has been documented since ancient Rome, ancient Greece, and ancient China. Understand what it is, why it is dangerous, and why we remove it from water. Avoiding lead

  • An in-depth look at Flint, Michigan’s Water Woes

    Lead is nothing new—it’s been around for as long as any of us have been alive—and can do neurological damage if it gets into our blood stream. Flint, Mich. has put lead on the national radar, because when ingested, it starts to cause problems. Lead in the water

  • Water For Life (Or At Least For The Next Year)

    People often stop filtering their water because their water filter needs to be replaced. What if almost magically a new filter could arrive on your door step when you need it? Replacement filters

  • Clean Drinking

    If you are going to eat clean then you should drink clean too. What’s clean drinking? Filtering your water. Eating clean? Try drinking clean

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