Methane Gas Contamination has City Taking Water Tests

Article Courtesy of Larry Gavin | November 16th, 2016 | Evanston Round Table | Published as Educational Material Awareness about the safety of drinking water is rising through people. Residents of James Park neighborhood, Illinois, were concerned that methane gas is becoming concentrated and pressurized fewer than 60 feet and exceeding safety level for drinking […]

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Ohio River Valley Suffering from Contamination of Drinking Water

Article Courtesy of Staff of WFPL | August 9th, 2016 | WFPL | Published as Educational Material A study done by The Harvard Chan School of Public Health found that over six million Americans are dependent on drinking water supplies that are chemically contaminated, the main contaminant being PFOA. Thirteen states around the Ohio River […]

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Algal Bloom Issues in Southern Californian Reserves

Article Courtesy of Sara Jerome | August 1st, 2016 | Water Online | Published as Educational Material The Californian county of Santa Clara has started tapping into its backup reserves of water, not becuase of drought, but because of massive algal bloom. The district usually relies on water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta during the […]

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PFC Contamination in Colorado Springs Area

Article Courtesy of Bruce Finley | July 7th, 2016 | The Denver Post | Published as Educational Material Residents south of Colorado Springs have been expressing fear due to new revelations that the water they’ve been drinking for the past few years was contaminated by PFCs. It was found that many private wells were contaminated, […]

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Spanish Cities Suffer from Stomach Bugs in Bottled Water

Article courtesy of Fiona Govan | April 12th, 2016 | The Local | Shared as educational material. On Monday, April 18th, it was found that over two thousand Spanish civilians had been treated or hospitalized for stomach bugs. Authorities claim that the source of these contaminants was bottled drinking water, namely from the company Grupo […]

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Bassendean has a Toxic Fertilizer Pile

Article courtesy of Kristie Lim | May 17th, 2016 | Eastern Reporter Community | Shared as educational material. A resident had been left surprised–in a bad way–after finding toxic fertilizer waste on private land. After initial investigations, it was indicated that the site is owned by a company called Ridgepoynt. The waste pile is located […]

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Toxic Sediment Threatens Cleveland’s Water Supply

Article courtesy of James F. McCarty, The Plain Dealer | April 30th, 2016 | Cleveland.com | Shared as educational material. The Ohio EPA and the City Water Department have caught sight of a heap of toxic sediment lying at the bottom of Lake Erie, moving ever so closer to the pipes that supply drinking water […]

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Trichloropropane (TCP)

By Suraj Rajendran, Staff Writer for Save The Water™ | August 5, 2016 Back in the 1940s, there were numerous agricultural divisions that sold products to farmers in hopes of getting a profit. Two of these agricultural divisions, Dow Chemical and Shell, had begun to sell two soil fumigants (under the product name of D-D […]

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Perchlorate Contamination of Water

By Suraj Rajendran, Staff Writer for Save The Water™ | June 27, 2016 Fireworks are true works of art. People usually enjoy fireworks because they invoke joy and a sense of excitement as the fireworks go off in the dark sky. Unfortunately, this enjoyment takes a toll on the environment. That’s right. Our beloved fireworks […]

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Concerned About Clean Water

While our nation is transfixed on water issues in Flint, Michigan, communities right here in Georgia are also struggling with water contamination. Arsenic, bacteria, uranium, and other contaminants have infiltrated drinking water wells and other groundwater sources.

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Access to Safe Drinking Water: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Global Health

Despite the overwhelmingly clear evidence that providing safer, accessible and more reliable supplies of fresh water leads to healthier populations and economies, millions of people still struggle to access safe drinking water, and more than 840,000 people die each year from poor water, sanitation and hygiene.

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Source Water Contaminated? New Interactive EPA Map Will Let You Know

The Environmental Protection Agency recently released an online mapping tool—Drinking Water Mapping Application to Protect Source Waters—to provide the public, water system operators, state programs and federal agencies with information about the state of drinking water nationwide.

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