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View Resource History of Drinking Water Treatment

Ancient civilizations established themselves around water sources. While the importance of ample water quantity for drinking and other purposes was apparent to our ancestors, an understanding of...

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View Resource Protecting Your Private Water Supply

Approximately 23 million U.S. citizens rely on their own private drinking water supplies. Most of these supplies are drawn from ground water through wells, but some households also use water from...

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View Resource Alternative Water Supplies and Treatments

Local incidents, such as spills and treatment problems, can lead to short-term needs for alternative water supplies or in-home water treatment. In isolated cases, individuals have needed to rely on...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_11.php
View Resource Sources of Drinking Water

Drinking water comes from surface water and ground water. Large-scale water supply systems tend to rely on surface water resources, and smaller water systems tend to use ground water. Including the...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_10.php
View Resource Water Basics

Water is generally classified into two groups: Surface Water and Ground Water.

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