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  • 4/3/2014 - Congress calls on EPA to Investigate Possible Water Contamination from Fracking Congress calls on EPA  to Investigate Possible Water Contamination from Fracking
    Congress called upon U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to “investigate and address the water contamination” in three communities where the EPA has previously withdrawn investigations into water contamination possibly due to fracking.In recent years, the EPA had investigated alleged drilling and fracking-related oil and gas pollution of drinking water supplies in each of these communities. While the EPA’s preliminary results indicated oil and gas development may have be...
  • 9/26/2013 - Water Softeners & Septic Systems Water Softeners & Septic Systems
    The Water Quality Association (WQA) has released the results of a recent independent study on water softeners and their effect on septic system by the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA).The 18-month study has and demonstrated that "efficiently operated water softeners improve septic tank performance, while the use of very inefficient home softeners may have a negative effect on solids discharge," according to the release....
  • 7/2/2013 - Arsenic - Should I be concerned? Arsenic - Should I be concerned?
     Arsenic is a potential concern to those that do not receive municipally treated water and live in an area with high natural deposits of arsenic, receive runoff from orchards, or receive runoff from glass and electronics production wastes. Arsenic is potentially a very harmful and even fatal contaminant that can cause damage with immediate consumption or over the long term.The health effects of arsenic depend on its chemical form, how much is consumed, and for how long. Long-term exposure t...
  • 6/13/2013 - Use Less Detergent Use Less Detergent
    Softened Water Means Less Detergent UsageWould you like a way to get your clothes and dishes cleaner than you do now using only half as much detergent?Two groundbreaking independent studies show how this is possible with softened water.The studies [PDF] were conducted in 2011 by the independent testing firm Scientific Services S/D, Inc. of New York and funded by the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF). Here are just two of the key results:In washing machines, softened water allows detergen...
  • 6/7/2013 - Drinking Water Contaminants Drinking Water Contaminants
    Where does our water come from? How is it treated? How do we know it is safe to drink?There are two main sources of water: surface water and groundwater. Surface water is found in lakes, rivers, and reservoirs. Groundwater lies under the surface of the land, where it travels through and fills openings in the rocks.Consumers typically receive their water from one of two sources: a private well or a community water system. A household well pumps groundwater for household use. The source of a commu...
  • 6/6/2013 - Nation's drinking water system needs $384B upgrade Nation's drinking water system needs $384B upgrade
    U.S. regulators say that $348 billion needs to be spent by 2030 in order to upgrade deteriorating drinking water systems across the nation.The nation's drinking water systems are deteriorating, and $384 billion needs to be spent in the next 17 years to maintain a safe supply for millions of Americans, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).The most significant expense, $247.5 billion, should go to replacing the aging pipes, many of which are between 50 to 100 years old, the ...
  • 5/14/2013 - Working Water Problems Working Water Problems
    Working Water ProblemsCan you guess how much of the water coming into your house ends up actually going into your body?The startling answer: Only about 1%.That’s right. Almost 99% of the water you use is not for drinking – but for washing, flushing, showering, brushing, and a host of other external uses. That 99% is what experts in the field call “working water.”Just because you’re not putting working water in your body doesn’t mean you can ignore it. After ...
  • 5/7/2013 - National Drinking Water Week this year is May 5-11 National Drinking Water Week this year is May 5-11
    National Drinking Water Week: a good time to consider protecting your family with clean, safe water  Lisle, Illinois — As National Drinking Water Week opens, consumers can look for personalized water treatment options to ensure they are protecting their families.National Drinking Water Week this year is May 5-11.“This is a time when we can think about how to make our water as clean and as safe as possible,” said Dave Haataja, executive director of the Water Quality Associat...
  • 3/18/2013 - How to Best Disinfect Water How to Best Disinfect Water
    Question: We just found out that our well is contaminated with fecal coliform. The only things we currently have installed is a water filter and water softener. We have had two different companies make different suggestions as to how to resolve this problem. One want’s to install a chlorine injection system, and the other suggested a ultraviolet sterilization system. Which is right?Answer: Both companies are suggesting different, but correct, technologies for resolving this problem...
  • 2/20/2013 - What you need to know about water softeners What you need to know about water softeners
    Hard water contains calcium, magnesium, and other dissolved minerals. The water is safe to drink, but it can leave a residue on showers and dishes, and deposits inside appliances that use hot water. Over time, that buildup can affect performance and efficiency. Hard water can quickly clog a point-of-use filter, so you’ll need to use a whole-house water softener. Ion exchange systems, the most common, work by replacing water hardening minerals with soft sodium ions. Even if your water is ...
  • 12/7/2012 - Industry encouraged to speak up on major EPA lead-law changes Industry encouraged to speak up on major EPA lead-law changes
    Implementation of new regulations could have major impact LISLE, Illinois -- WQA(Water Quality Association) is encouraging industry members to make their voices heard by the end of the month on major changes to the lead content regulation being put forward by the USEPA. The EPA is looking for suggestions on how to implement numerous aspects of the law, which takes effect in 2014. The effects of this law on our industry could be profound, said Dave Haataja, WQA executive director. We should t...
  • 9/15/2011 - eWaterOnline Making Drinking Water Safe with Water Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Ultraviolet Sterilization and More eWaterOnline Making Drinking Water Safe with Water Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Ultraviolet Sterilization and More
    eWaterOnline (www.eWateronline.net), a division of CAI Technologies, Inc (CAI), is making drinking water safe with water filtration products, reverse osmosis drinking water systems, ultraviolet (UV) sterilization systems, water softeners and a wide range of other products that can be easily installed by the homeowner to improve the quality of the water that is consumed and bathed in daily. According to a recently published series of articles by the New York Times (NYT) called Toxic Waters, seve...
  • 7/15/2011 - Correcting Low pH of Household Water Made Easy at eWaterOnline Correcting Low pH of Household Water Made Easy at eWaterOnline
    Homeowners who need to correct low pH in their home water supply to protect piping and fixtures from damage due to corrosion can find the products and answers they need by visiting www.eWaterOnline.net, a division of CAI Technologies, Inc. According to Bill Cook, Water Treatment Sales Manager at CAI, water used in typical residential household applications should have a neutral pH range between 7 and 7.8. The best way to correct low pH may depend on your level of total dissolved solids (TD...
  • 6/12/2011 - Ultraviolet Water Treatment Systems Becoming the Solution for More Ultraviolet Water Treatment Systems Becoming the Solution for More
    Ultraviolet water treatment systems are becoming the solution for more and more online consumers each month at popular water softener and water treatment destination eWaterOnline.net, a division of CAI Technologies.Historically used for municipal and commercial water treatment, using point-of-entry ultraviolet sterilization in private well applications has become increasingly common over the past 15 years. “As on-site water quality degrades, concern mounts over harmful pathogens possibly c...
  • 4/15/2011 - Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems from eWateronline.net Make Your Home Drinking Water Safer Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems from eWateronline.net Make Your Home Drinking Water Safer
    Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems from www.eWateronline.net play a major role in keeping home drinking water safe from biological contaminates.Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilization Systems kill disease-causing micro-organisms such as E. coli with 99.9% effectiveness and without adding any dangerous by-products to the water. Using a UV Sterilization System creates a deadly effect on pathonogenic micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses and cysts that are often present. Coupled with a filtration system,...
  • 3/15/2011 - Remove Pharmaceutical Drugs From Your Drinking Water With Reverse Osmosis Treatment Systems From eWater Online Remove Pharmaceutical Drugs From Your Drinking Water With Reverse Osmosis Treatment Systems From eWater Online
    Removing pharmaceutical drugs from drinking water is quick, safe, easy and inexpensive by installing one of several Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Systems from eWater Online (www.ewateronline.net). An Associated Press (AP) investigation recently found trace amounts of pharmaceutical drugs in drinking water supplied to more than 40 million Americans. According to the AP, drugs found include antibiotics, anti-seizure, mood stabilizers, hormones, and a wide range of over-the-counter medications. T...
  • 2/15/2011 - Water Softeners, Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems, Reverse Osmosis Products and Outstanding Service Still Flowing at eWaterOnline.net Water Softeners, Ultraviolet Sterilization Systems, Reverse Osmosis Products and Outstanding Service Still Flowing at eWaterOnline.net
    Water softeners, ultraviolet sterilization systems, reverse osmosis systems and more including filters specific for the removal of contaminants like iron, tannins, and sulfur have been the core products for www.ewateronline.net for years. Backed by remarkable customer service and education, the tandems have continued to feed the fountains of growth for the company.eWateronline.net is a division of CAI Technologies, Inc., a long-established provider of water treatment equipment across the U.S. si...
         
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