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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 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 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...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_12.php
View Resource Chemical and Pathogenic Contaminant Exposure by Drinking Water

Safe drinking-water supplies are critical for protecting public health. Drinking water treatment and monitoring technologies are used by public water utilities to assure compliance with existing...

http://health.usgs.gov/dw_contaminants/
View Resource Potential Contaminants and Pathogens in Air, Dusts, and Soils

A variety of human health problems have been linked to exposures to dusts, other atmospheric aerosols, and soils. For example, inhalation exposures to asbestos, silica, and some metal-rich dusts in...

http://health.usgs.gov/inhalation/
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