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23Mar

For this month’s March 2020 Spotlight, “Harmful Contaminants in Drinking Water,” we’ve covered How Contaminants Get in Your Drinking Water and How to Read the Water Quality Report. Now, we’re going to talk about Why Certification is Important. In a nutshell, certification provides an unbiased guarantee that something performs according to its claims. It is […]Continue Reading

02Mar

Chemicals, biological pathogens, waste products, and heavy metals are all common contaminants that can pollute water supplies. In the best case scenario, they are filtered by municipal water treatment centers. But when these contaminants remain in the water supply, they can affect the water through an unpleasant taste or odor in minor cases, to harmful, […]Continue Reading

14Jan

When you’re thirsty, a glass of fresh, clean water is hard to beat. But sometimes our drinking water is less than fresh and clean.  According to NSF International, an independent product testing and certification organization, over half of Americans are concerned about the water quality in their homes. Because of stories in the news, many people know lead […]Continue Reading

07Jan

Drinking water is vital for human life. Most people can go for days without food — hunger strikes of up to 40 days are well documented, some prisoners have lasted for up to 73 days without food, and the longest known fast lasted for over a year, though the person in question did take supplements. But water is a […]Continue Reading

17Sep

Alkaline drinking water has been one of the rising trends in health and fitness in recent years. Supporters state that regularly drinking water with higher pH levels can help cure numerous ailments. They have lauded the drink as a potential cure-all for issues ranging from poor hydration and bone loss to cancer and diabetes. As […]Continue Reading

10Sep

Over 50% of Americans depend on groundwater for drinking water. It also serves as an essential source for irrigation water. However, groundwater is also extremely susceptible to pollution. Materials and substances from the surface can move through the soil and seep into water resources. From pesticides and fertilizers to septic tank and underground storage waste, any […]Continue Reading

15May

Multipure’s Compensation Plan is the heart of the Multipure business opportunity. Understanding the Multipure Compensation Plan is the key to building a successful and enduring Builder Business. First of all, check out the Compensation Plan at https://www.multipure.com/assets/mp-comp-plan.pdf. You can view it online, download it, and/or print it out for reference. The Compensation Plan is also […]Continue Reading

27Feb

A recent study by the University of Illinois found that karst aquifers – groundwater ecosystems made up of creviced carbonate rock, and that make up one-quarter of global drinking water sources – are now contaminated with microplastic particles. Examining 17 groundwater samples from areas near the St. Louis metropolitan area and rural northwestern Illinois, researchers […]Continue Reading

27Nov

Drinking water can come from many different places. The primary sources of the water that goes through the pipes of your home most commonly derive from two main sources. Groundwater from underneath the Earth’s surface comes from aquifers, which are rocks with pores, voids and cracks that store and transmit water. Surface water is more […]Continue Reading

16Nov

Across the country, the levels of perfluorochemical (PFC) contamination have reached serious levels. Millions of Americans drink PFC-laced water. Whether we know it or not, these unregulated chemicals have silently slipped into most of our groundwater and drinking water sources. PFCs are linked to many dangerous health effects, posing a risk to humans as well as the environment […]Continue Reading