Indiana Water Filters~The Safest Water You Can Drink, Right at Your Kitchen Sink
Water is essential to all life. There is no better way to insure you and your family are drinking healthy water unless you have a home water filter. Public water supplies are not safe. Well water is not safe. Use a high quality water filter in your home.
Alvin Rice-Co-Founder of Multipure!
To Our Valued Distributors: For years I have made it a habit when I travel to test the water in whatever city or country I am visiting for the presence of chlorine. I guess this is because the OTO chlorine test is a simple and easy way to determine the need for a drinking water (continue reading...)
How Good Is Your Water Filter?
With so much information about the contamination of drinking water supplies in the news lately, many people run right out and purchase a home water filter to reduce and remove contaminants of health concern. While we agree, the best way to battle the ever increasing threats to our drinking water is to use a water (continue reading...)
Indiana Water Safety, We Should Worry About Our Schools?
Why residents of Indiana should be worried about Indiana Water Safety. With the publicity of the Flint Water Crisis come questions about the rest of the country’s water safety. Many contaminants are found in drinking water no matter where it comes from. Public water supply or private wells are often contaminated with something that is (continue reading...)
Flint May Be In The News, But, Indiana Has the Worst Water!
Seriously, you are reading correctly, Indiana water is the worst in America. But why is Indiana’s water so bad? Information provided by the independent research group, Environment America. Their research shows that 206 million pounds of toxic waste was dumped into US water in 2012. Over 17 million pounds of this toxic mess was dumped (continue reading...)
Think Flint is the Only State With a Lead Problem?
Think Flint, Michigan is the only place in the US with lead in their water? Think again. Lead in many different levels all over our country. There is really no way of knowing exactly where the lead contamination is. The fact is lead in household paint is more tested and regulated than lead in water. (continue reading...)
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