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Water Quality Testing Blog

The CDC recommends that people use their own test strips

Posted by marketing on May 23rd 2016

Periodic 2013 inspections of public pools, hot tubs, and spas in Arizona, California, Florida, New York, and Texas revealed over 80 % had at least one health or safety violation. One of every eight o … read more

Is the Water Safe In Public Schools?

Posted by marketing on Mar 31st 2016

Is the water safe in public schools? The water crisis in Michigan has drawn national attention to water quality and safety. Many public school districts still question their water purity. Experts say … read more

Water Woes in China

Posted by sales on Mar 23rd 2016

In China, coal-fired power plants consume 7.4 billion cubic meters of water each year, enough to meet the basic needs of about 30 percent of the nation’s population. The growth of the coal-to-chemical … read more

America’s lead poisoning problem isn’t just in Flint. It’s everywhere.

Posted by marketing on Jan 24th 2016

Flint, Mich., has so much toxic lead in children’s blood that a state of emergency is declared. This is an extreme case, but the problem of lead exposure among children is not a local Flint story. If … read more

The Right Way to Prepare for a Winter Storm

Posted by marketing on Jan 21st 2016

The eastern majority of the United States is preparing for an epic winter storm. While stocking up on bread and milk, be proactive and use these helpful tips before the storm. [Lifehacker] … read more