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View Resource How Safe is Your Drinking Water?

Most community water suppliers deliver high quality drinking water to millions of people every day. Of the more than 55,000 Community Water Systems in the United States, only 4,769 or 8.6 percent...

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View Resource Impurities in Well Water

It is a homeowner's responsibility for testing their well for microbiological contaminants such as coliform bacteria. Additionally, many homeowners want to know what other minerals and/or...

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View Resource Solving our Water Problems

Now that we have established the need for something to guarantee our water quality, what are the alternatives? There are so many water systems being sold that it seems confusing. Let's identify the...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_5.php
View Resource Common Water Problems

Otherwise harmless contaminants like chlorine, sulfur, iron, and manganese that cause taste, color, and odor problems.

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_4.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...

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