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In-tank aeration system will help maintain high water quality during drought conditions San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2014 Richmond-based
Pelican Water is proud to announce a $5 donation to breast cancer research for every water system that is ordered on PelicanWater.com from October 1-15. Deland,
Wealthy, well educated people who choose to drink bottled water rather than water from public supplies may be no less exposed to potentially cancer-causing water contaminants.
By Tom Fontaine, Beaver County Times, Pa. Aug. 5--FINDLAY TWP.
By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Aug. 2--The economic downturn at Pittsburgh International Airport has created another adverse consequence: a buildup of potentially dangerous chemicals in the facility's drinking water.
By KAT HUGHES The city of Columbia received data this week from a recent round of tests of water in its distribution system, and the news was not good.
By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - There is no clearly safe level of exposure to four of the most common environmental toxins in the world, and more should be done to protect the public, researchers argue in a new report.
Although some studies have suggested that certain chemical byproducts in tap water raise a woman's risk of miscarriage, new research suggests that the threat is small, if it exists at all.
Fears that chemical byproducts resulting from purifying drinking water with chlorine boost the chances that pregnant women will miscarry were not supported by the results of a major new study. If such threats exist at all, which is uncertain, they likely are modest, it concludes.