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Did you know the EPA, CDC and WHO all recommend testing your water annually?

Wouldn't it be nice if our drinking water came from pristine snow-capped mountains?

But the reality for 85% of us, our drinking water is from a public water supply, mainly surface water, and is treated.

And for the remainder, they are responsible for managing their own private ground water wells. Many with hidden, possibly dangerous issues.

Test to fully know what's in YOUR water. And filter. Be sure your family is safe. 

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Virginia Tech Professor, Mark Edwards, one of the scientists that discovered Flint's high lead levels says, "the only thing really unusual about what happened in Flint is that the agencies responsible got caught". Watch this alarming video, part of the BBC's America First? series. Flint may seem a world away from where you live. Perhaps the demographics doesn't relate, but this is not limited to  only the poor, or rural communities.  Over 1,000 water systems in the U.S. fail safety standards for lead.  Hig...

According to a research study recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, up to 28% of the U.S. population is exposed to unsafe drinking water in any given year.  Conducted by Maura Allaire, an urban planner at the University of California-Irvine, her team uncovered how a wide spectrum of contaminants such as arsenic, lead and fecal coliform is entering our water sources and exposing tens of millions to the health consequences. This could range from gastroenteritis to cancer...

A study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has found that in every state, contaminants are easily evident in tap water. Widespread violations and inadequate enforcement of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) for more than 25 years has been documented by the NRDC.  An analysis in 2015 shows nearly 77 million people were served by community water systems reporting violations.  Follow-up enforcements to these violations often were under 10%. For a link to the study: 

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PFASs, introduced over 60 years ago are man-made chemicals that degrade slowly, if at all. PFASs have been used in packaging, nonstick cooking pans, fire fighting foams and other "useful" means. Because they are so commonly used, the chemicals find themselves in the air, the ground, food, surface water and our drinking water.  Most chemicals are passed through our body in mere hours, but PFASs take about 3 1/2 years to get rid of only half of what's ingested!!  The more one is exposed, the more they accumu...

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