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What’s In Your Untreated City Water?

Unfortunately, the city water coming out of your tap might not always be safe to drink. Sometimes, there are issues at the local water treatment plant. Often, an issue arises as the water travels from the plant to your tap. For example, heavy metals or sediments might leak into your water. If the water reaches
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Health Effects of PFAS in Your Water

Health Effects of PFAS in Your Water What is PFAS? PFASs are found in the air, soil and water. Historically, they have been used in non-stick cookware, water-repellent clothing, stain resistant fabrics and carpets, some cosmetics, some firefighting foams, and products that resist grease, water and oil. The acronym stands for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances
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Aging Plumbing Systems

If you live in a home that is twenty years or older, you may be wondering about what to do about your aging plumbing system. The plumbing in your home ages along with the other materials, and at some point in time most items will need service or replacement. Rust, leaks, and growing tree roots
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Is Bottled Water Safer than Tap Water?

“You get what you pay for” is a useful rule of thumb when it comes to the  purchases you make. High-end headphones are going to sound better than a pair you buy at the pharmacy for $10. An expensive laptop bag should survive the rigors of travel better than a cheap giveaway. And a $2.50
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