The Dangers of Lead in Drinking Water

By Daniel Klein

Dating back to the ancient Romans, lead was the metal of choice to make water pipes because it was rigid yet malleable, making it easy to work with and bend. This remained the standard for hundreds of years, until we discovered that lead is toxic and doesn’t belong in our homes or, even worse, in…

The Top 8 Contaminants in American Drinking Water

By Daniel Klein

Even though the United States has one of the safest drinking water supplies in the world, every year, approximately 7.2 million Americans get sick from waterborne diseases. Human senses cannot always detect the organic and microbial contaminants in American drinking water, and sometimes consumers may ingest these impurities for years before anyone realizes a problem…

Is It Safe to Drink from a Garden Hose?

By Daniel Klein

It’s one of those perfect summer days. The sun is shining bright and high overhead. A few small puffy clouds float by while a few birds chirp from the trees, watching the children below play hide-and-seek in the neighborhood.  One of the kids runs past a garden hose and thinks of how refreshing a quick…

How Water Treatment Works in the Food and Beverage Industry

By Daniel Klein

Water plays an essential role in our everyday lives, from nourishing our bodies and helping us detoxify them to helping us enjoy some of our favorite pastimes. It is only expected of us to want to ensure that we have the best quality of water at our disposal while protecting the environment.   In fact,…

Why You Should Filter Your Water

By Daniel Klein

Have you noticed that everyone is telling you that you should filter your water, but they aren’t talking about why you should filter your water? It can be frustrating not knowing why there is such an insistence on investing in water filtration. In your eyes, your tap water tastes just fine, and you don’t see…

Which Water Filtration Option is Right for You?

By Daniel Klein

For many of us, municipally-owned tap water is all we know and drink. We deem it safe for consumption to nourish our bodies, restore our health, and much more. However, not all tap water is safe.   According to the Environmental Working Group’s tap water database, as of 2019, there are approximately 300-400 contaminants that…