Each August we observe National Water Quality Month with a goal to spread awareness about water quality issues and make changes to help preserve water resources.
From Boomers to Gen Z, the results are in, and they’re not what you think.
See our survey insights about parents' knowledge and concerns regarding water quality.
In honor of National Water Quality Month each August, we survey U.S. adults about their drinking water concerns with the ultimate goal of spreading awareness about water quality issues and to help people to find solutions they can trust.
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These 6 contaminants are the biggest culprits affecting your water quality.
Reverse osmosis offers to provide the cleanest water available. Are there any down sides to the RO process?
Fluoride has been added to public water since the 1940's - should you be worried?
The OptimH2O® reduces more contaminants than the competition including fluoride, perchlorate, lead, mercury and chromium, nitrates and other harmful contaminants from drinking water.
An investigation of the country’s drinking water by the Environmental Working Group found that water flowing to about 85 percent of the population contains 316 contaminants