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Hague’s Top 5 “Good Water” YouTube Videos

This blog post is best enjoyed when you’re ready for an online video fix. Instead of getting lost in a myriad of cat videos and practical jokes, take a few minutes to learn more about drinking water. It’s time to take a mental journey to YouTube. You’ll be glad you did! Here’s our list of
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Bottleless Water Coolers Fit the Bill for Lead Removal on Capitol Hill

Lead Contamination on Capitol Hill Lead contamination on Capitol Hill is a topic of recent news affecting municipal water treatment systems. As recently as July 2016, Capitol Hill workers at the Cannon Office Building were told not drink the water due to high levels of lead. The Cannon Office Building is the oldest congressional building on the
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The Truth About Hard vs. Soft Water

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The Earth’s surface is comprised of about 71% water, and our bodies are made up of about 60% water. How is it that something that is so common can have such a variety of properties? Have you heard people say that they have hard water or soft water? This may be confusing to someone who
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Scary Facts You Didn’t Know About Sulfur in Your Drinking Water

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If you have well water rather than municipal water, you may have occasionally detected the smell of rotten eggs coming from your water. This indicates that your sulfur level may be too high. Good, clean drinking water is odorless and tasteless, but the presence of different minerals and contaminants can cause your water to take
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Water Quality for Well Systems

Your Well Water Health Millions of homeowners all over the United States rely on water from private or household wells. Over 15 million, to be exact. While the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a set water quality standard for municipal water utilities and other types of water sources, it has no specific regulation
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Plumbing: Recognizing Problems and Taking Preventative Measures

It can sometimes be difficult for inexperienced homeowners to determine if their plumbing is up to standard, especially for those that have never had the responsibility of home ownership. As an apartment renter, if the pipes were to burst, you could simply call the landlord. Many homeowners get their first bit of shock when the
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Benefits of Recycling and Re-Filtering Water

Most people are aware of recycling and the benefits it brings the environment for a wide array of materials, such as paper, plastics, and glass, but many people do not realize water can also be recycled using various methods. By recycling water, it allows it to be used for numerous purposes and extends the benefits
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Thirteen Ways to Conserve Water at Home

How To Converse Water Conserving water is not only good for the environment but can also help reduce monthly water bills. Here at Hague Quality Water of Maryland, we are pleased to provide the following tips and suggestions you can use at home to help save water. Have leaky faucets repaired by our plumber in
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