ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘drinking water’

03Feb

The Multipure Spotlight for February 2020 is “Drinking Water for Your Health”. If you’re reading our blog, you probably already know that water and proper hydration is good for you. But for this post, we’re going to talk about the importance of starting off your day not necessarily with a cup of coffee, but instead […]Continue Reading

23Jan

A recent article by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), titled, “PFAS Contamination of Drinking Water Far More Prevalent Than Previously Reported” reveals some rather disturbing news about the state of drinking water in the United States. According to new laboratory tests commissioned by EWG, the toxic chemicals known as perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been found […]Continue Reading

17Jan

When it comes to microbiological contaminants in water – bacteria, viruses, and live cysts – there are a few methods in general use to render the water safe for consumption. These include boiling or distillation, chemical disinfection, and ultraviolet (UV) treatment. Multipure’s PureBlock offers a drinking water purification method superior to all of them. Let’s […]Continue Reading

07Jan

Hundreds Pack H.S. Auditorium to Learn About Nitrate Contaminated Wells This auditorium was filled — and the panelist were timed — trying to keep an 8 o’clock deadline to finish the discussion, so a lot of people had unanswered questions, but people told me they learned a lot. One of the big take-aways is the […]Continue Reading

01Jan

  Multipure’s January 2020 Spotlight is titled, “The Best in Water Filtration”. This may seem a bold claim, or perhaps even a somewhat grandiose boast, but the fact remains that over five decades, Multipure and our Drinking Water Systems have been at the forefront of drinking water filtration performance. And by words and phrases like […]Continue Reading

19Nov

Drinking water is Serious Business!   I was watching the news recently, and I thought about how there are always stories about opioid drug abuse and auto accidents – many of which had also been caused by drug or alcohol abuse. So I looked up some of the statistics on this, and found that in just […]Continue Reading

17Sep

    Perfluorooctanoic acid, along with its cousin perfluorooctanesulfonic acid, was historically used in a wide variety of consumer and industrial products for its protective qualities. However, the widespread use of this chemical now poses a problem for human health. Due to the ubiquity of perfluorooctanoic acid, along with its durability and mobility, perfluorooctanoic and […]Continue Reading

16Sep

Lead in drinking water has once again been a hot topic in the news. Lead has been in our tap water to varying degrees for decades, but the presence of lead in tap water has greatly increased all across the country as a result of lead leaching from household plumbing and the pipes that carry water […]Continue Reading

27Aug

We all want what’s best for our bodies — we schedule annual checkups, take medicine when we have illnesses and do our best to prevent and manage diseases. Though all conditions that impact our well-being deserve our attention, there is one important issue that most people experience yet may not realize — dehydration. Dehydration occurs when […]Continue Reading

19Aug

A recent investigative article, “Fake Filters? Companies falsely claim to have prestigious water safety certification” examined the water treatment industry with an eye toward counterfeit or misleading water treatment product claims. Water contamination issues have gained greater awareness in recent years, such as in Brady, Texas, home to more than 400 violations for excessive radium contamination, […]Continue Reading