Common Questions About Living With Well Water

By Daniel Klein

If you’re not sure where your tap water comes from, the chances of it coming from a well are quite high. According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), 35% of the US population (more than 100 million people) receives their water from public supply wells. However, many don’t realize that their water comes from…

Where Does Tap Water Come From?

By Daniel Klein

Do you know where your tap water comes from? Most people don’t think about it, but the truth is that there are many different sources of tap water, which can vary depending on your region and local environment. If you’re curious about the source and quality of the water in your home, here’s what you…

Is it Safe to Drink Lake Water?

By Daniel Klein

While it’s easy to make the assumption that natural water sources provide safe drinking water, many naturally-occurring bodies of water can actually be dangerous to drink from. Some, like seawater and other natural saltwater sources, are widely known to be undrinkable, but freshwater sources, such as river and lake water, aren’t always avoided. Does this…

Can You Collect Rainwater as Drinking Water?

By Daniel Klein

It’s no secret that water is a precious resource. In some parts of the world, access to clean drinking water is an ongoing challenge, and in other places, it’s a high expense. That’s why more and more people are looking into ways to collect rainwater for their needs. But can you collect rainwater as drinking…

Where Does Our Drinking Water Come From?

By Daniel Klein

When freshwater is available with just the turn of a faucet, it’s easy to take our water for granted. But do you ever stop to think about the source of the water that you use every day to drink, cook, bathe, and brush your teeth? While 97% of the world’s water is undrinkable, the other…