ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘water filtration’

27Mar

Multipure’s PureBlock is an extraordinary step forward in water filtration and purification. It builds upon decades of Multipure’s superior carbon block filter technology to allow for microbiological water treatment without the need for additional power or external chemical additives. At the heart of Multipure’s PureBlock is our revolutionary material technology that utilizes sub-nanometer filtration pores […]Continue Reading

19Mar

The Multipure Spotlight for March 2019 is “What Sets Multipure Apart,” which will be the subject of some podcasts and many of our social media posts throughout the month. Join Multipure Director of Distributor Relations, Sherry Clift, and Multipure Copywriter, Joel Pelina, as they discuss how the science, technology, and vision of Multipure sets it […]Continue Reading

19Nov

In 1999, Christian Daughton, an environmental chemist with the EPA, and Thomas Ternes, who worked for Germany’s ESWE-Institute for Water Research and Water Technology, published a journal article that revealed the presence of pharmaceuticals in the freshwater cycle. Its publication sparked a flurry of attention and investigation that has continued to this day. The presence of pharmaceuticals […]Continue Reading

16Nov

When the water crisis of Flint, Mich., hit national headlines in 2015, U.S. water quality became a topic of national conversation. But as recent research shows, Michigan isn’t the only state dealing with dangerous water. The study revealed that from 1982 to 2015, between nine and 45 million Americans received water from a source that violated the Safe Drinking […]Continue Reading

19Oct

Agriculture and farming is an important and necessary means of survival and is pervasive in the environment we live in today. Without agriculture, there would likely be a scarcity of food throughout the world. For thousands of years, many farmers relied on natural fertilizers like fish, manure, or ground bones. This natural agricultural process didn’t […]Continue Reading

18Oct

With the growing number of contaminants found in our water, understanding the different types of water filtration is more important than ever. The delicate interplay between regulation and political and industrial pressure, as well as the ever-changing quality of water due to weather and environmental factors, make it critical for homes and businesses to protect […]Continue Reading

19Sep

Plastic has become an essential feature of human life. From the bottles we use to the clothing we wear — plastic is everywhere. Since plastic was first introduced in the 1950s, humans have produced over eight billion metric tons of plastic. Annually, we continue to produce millions of tons of plastic, most of which are single-use […]Continue Reading

18Sep

About 15 million households in America depend upon water from private wells for drinking, cleaning, bathing, and cooking. While people who live within the limits of a city or a town, and have their water supplied by the municipality, know that their water is subject to strict environmental guidelines, the same is not true of private wells. […]Continue Reading