Is It Safe to Drink Water with Chlorine?

By Daniel Klein

Before the 1900s, rivers, lakes, and streams were the proverbial dumping grounds for sewage and waste. The growth of cities and awareness in the transmission of diseases like typhoid, cholera, and yellow fever, led to a need and demand for treatment of the contamination of these water sources. The first town to treat its water…

Where Does Our Sewage Water Go?

By Daniel Klein

Everyone tries not to think about the waste they produce, especially when it seems so unnecessary. The wastewater from your laundry, dishwasher, and toilet simply disappears, and we can all just get on with our lives, right? If only it were that simple. Depending on what area of America you live in, your water might…

What is Water Treatment?

By Daniel Klein

Clean drinking water is one of the most significant issues facing the planet. According to the World Health Organization, about 2 billion people worldwide drink are forced to drink water from a contaminated source. Since contaminated water can contain cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and a host of other pollutants, water treatments to create clean drinking water…