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Hexavalent Chromium -6

Hexavalent Chromium -6

The EPA currently has no maximum acceptable levels for Chromium 6 in drinking water. The drinking water of two-thirds of Americans are contaminated with the carcinogenic chemical made notorious by the film "Erin Brockovich," which was based on the real-life poisoning of tap water in a California desert town. But still there are no national regulations for the compound – and the chemical industry is trying to keep it that way.
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Not All Water Is Created Equal

Not All Water Is Created Equal

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Toonie Tuesdays

Toonie Tuesdays

Join us the first Tuesday of every month to refill your 5 gallon bottles for just $2.25 with pure R/O water
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WS Survey

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Common Water Problems

Common Water Problems

Our most common water concerns are the results of their own unique properties and all water problems can be treated accordingly
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Trihalomethanes Detected in Irish Water Supply

Trihalomethanes Detected in Irish Water Supply

Cancer-linked toxins in water supplies may affect 400,000
Irish Water confirms excess levels of trihalomethanes detected in supplies
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How to Change a Cartridge Type Filter in a Water Filtration System

How to Change a Cartridge Type Filter in a Water Filtration System

Water filters come in all shapes and sizes. Most filters are changed basically the same way. For best performance change your water filter at least every six months to one year.

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Cooler Cleaning & Sanitization

Cooler Cleaning & Sanitization

Scheduled cleaning and Sanitization is recommended to ensure the integrity of your drinking water. This scheduling will vary depending on the conditions and environment in which the cooler is in use. Follow the steps outlined below under Cleaning Instructions for Sanitization methods of the water contact points.
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Chlorine & Water: What You May Not Know

Chlorine & Water: What You May Not Know

The discovery of chlorine was first made in 1774 by a chemist named Karl Scheele. From that day forward, science was looking for ways to make use of these qualities of chlorine.
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Country Living Segment : How Often Should I Clean My cistern ?

Country Living Segment : How Often Should I Clean My cistern ?

Often times I am asked by our customers who live in the country, how often should I clean my cistern ? Being a country girl myself, who has directly experienced the beauty of living just outside the city limits as well as the extra home maintenance that goes along with it, I can say that keeping up with regular cistern cleaning is a MUST!
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