ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘EPA’

11Apr

Treatment Technologies for PFAS in Industrial Water Perfluoalkyl chemicals are organic chemicals whose hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine. Polyfluoroalkyls have had many of the hydrogens replaced by fluorine. More than 4,000 perfluorinated and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) have been produced since they were developed in the 1940s. More than 1,000 are listed in the […]Continue Reading

10Oct

Water problems don’t end in Flint, Mich. While the Midwest city has become synonymous with the drinking water crisis that captured the attention of the nation, mounting teams of researchers have turned to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) own three-decades of amassed water-standard violations to grasp the extent of today’s predicament. The results are far […]Continue Reading

31May

To Our Concerned Customers and Builders: A recent Emergency Alert in Salem, Oregon advised customers to avoid drinking tap water due to contamination with cyanotoxins. Many of our customers and Builders in Oregon have expressed concern regarding the efficacy of their Multipure Drinking Water System to treat cyanotoxin-contaminated tap water. The short answer is that […]Continue Reading