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Iron. One of the most common elements in the world, and a necessary mineral in the human diet. It is also abundant in much of our water supply, and while a necessary nutrient, can create problems in your home and business when present in the water you ...
Have you wondered how to detect and test for contaminants in your water? Has arsenic been reported in your community’s well water? It’s time for a lesson on arsenic.  Arsenic is a naturally occurring element, and is found in soil, rocks and minerals ...
Did you know that water can vary by neighborhood, city and state? The water entering an apartment in New York City can be very different than the water in rural Washington State. Geography plays a major part in water quality. It can be a tricky thing. ...
Water quality, particularly well water, is sometimes affected by natural, organic sources. Does your water have a bitter taste or a musty odor? Is it yellow in color? If this describes your water, tannins may be the culprit. Tannins are natural substances ...
Rotten egg odor is one of the most common and unpleasant effects of  hydrogen sulfide , or H2S, in your water. The presence of hydrogen sulfide doesn't just smell bad, it may also tarnish your silver or corrode your plumbing and fixtures. This infographic ...

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