How to Remove PFAS from Water?

There are several contaminants in tap water to be wary of, including but not limited to lead, viruses, bacteria, and other pollutants and chemicals that can cause illness and disease. The long list of what can be found also includes PFAS. But what are PFAS in water referring to? The acronym is short for per-and…

Hard Vs. Soft Water: What’s the Difference?

Not all tap water is created equally. Since it comes from different sources and is treated in various ways, the quality of water one city system receives can vary considerably from what is used in the next city or state over. With that being said, there is one big category of difference often referred to…

CARES Act School Funding: What To Know

In March 2020, the U.S. Congress passed the CARES Act in response to the novel coronavirus through the GEER Fund or Governors Emergency Education Relief Fund. This financial aid package was provided to all of the states for funding schools and offering flexibility during the pandemic.1 Now, more than a year after the global pandemic…

Does Tap Water Have Fluoride in It?

Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral released from rocks into soil… so, does tap water have fluoride in it? Yes, although contrary to popular belief, the levels of natural fluoride in tap water typically are too low to prevent tooth decay. Therefore, it’s common practice for communities to increase fluoride concentration levels in public water…