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The Clean Water Act is an EPA rule that protects the quality of many sources of water that ultimately supply Whole home filtration protects you from toxic chemicals in your water wells and municipal water utilities. Unfortunately, the Clean Water Act is going to be scrapped. There are also large cuts in Federal spending on the way that will limit your local water utilities ability to filter out those toxins. Those cuts will make an already bad situation worse: Water infrastructure all across the country is crumbling due to neglect, and many cities’ water systems are already woefully inadequate to deal with pollution problems that are getting... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, April 04, 11:48 AM America/Los_Angeles

According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), potentially dangerous levels of Chromium 6 has Chromium 6 is in your water – and its a silent killer been found in the tap water of over 200 million Americans. Most of the contaminated tap water is found in cities, so if you live near a city, your water is most likely contaminated. Research conducted by the Environmental Working Group suggests that at current levels of contamination, roughly 12,000 people will get cancer from drinking the tainted water. But even that may underestimate the risk: Chromium 6 is absorbed through the skin, and through the lungs when inhaled as a vapor in the... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, September 29, 11:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

About six million people in 33 states are being poisoned by their tap water. The culprit is perfluorinated Whole home filtration is the only method that will protect your from PFOA and PFOS compounds – perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). Those chemicals are used to make Teflon and some plastics. These chemicals have been linked to obesity, cancer, hormone disruption, and high cholesterol levels. According to Xindi Hu, the lead researcher at Harvard where the problem was studied: “For many years, chemicals with unknown toxicities, such as PFASs, were allowed to be used and released to the environment,... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, August 18, 11:45 AM America/Los_Angeles

EPA Proposes Massive Increase of Radiation in Drinking Water & Why?   The EPA has proposed a massive increase in the allowable levels of radiation in drinking water supplies The EPA plans to allow a massive increase in radiation in drinking water during nuclear ‘incidents’ during radiation contamination incidents. Despite the fact that there is no known safe level of radiation in drinking water, the EPA has proposed increases of up to 10,000 times the current limits for some radionuclides in the event of nuclear “accidents”. Diane D’Arrigo, of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service, says: “These levels are even... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, June 28, 11:59 AM America/Los_Angeles

A new study by Duke University has revealed that leakage of carbon dioxide injected deep underground to Carbon sequestration makes water acidic, which leads to increased groundwater pollution help fight climate change is turning up in drinking water aquifers near the surface, spiking the levels of contaminants found in the water tenfold or more in some places. Governments and industry are turning to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in an effort to prevent carbon from entering the atmosphere and contributing to global warming. CCS captures the carbons produced by oil refineries, factories, or power plants and stores it deep below Earth’s... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, May 13, 11:37 AM America/Los_Angeles

A groundbreaking new study has been published by Stanford University that for the first time confirms that water pollution from fracking poisons drinking water supplies. Water Pollution from fracking confirmed by scientists. The EPA knew and did nothing The study examined the impact of fracking on drinking water quality in Pavilion, Wyoming. What researchers found should scare you if you live near a fracking operation, because you have no legal means to stop it. Fracking is exempted from regulations under the Clean Water Act by The Halliburton Loophole, which allows fracking companies to keep the toxic cocktail of chemicals they inject into drinking... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Thursday, March 31, 11:45 AM America/Los_Angeles

Arsenic poisoning a widespread problem in Texas: For over a decade, at least 34 Texas counties have 51,000 people have been drinking arsenic poisoned water for a decade – Nobody told them reported that there is unsafe levels of arsenic in those communities tap water in excess of EPA standards. The State of Texas, while acknowledging that the arsenic levels in those communities water exceeds safe limits, has refused to do anything about it. Exposure to unsafe levels of arsenic in drinking water over a period of 5 or more years can result in health problems such as skin problems, cancer, and other diseases. Arsenic poisoning affected 51,000... Read More »

By Life Ionizers Admin on Friday, March 25, 11:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally in all over the US and Europe, but it is found in higher A whole home filtration system protects your home from radon concentrations in some areas that others. It can enter your home through the ground, or through your drinking water. If you live near a hydraulic fracking well, or you live on well water, your risk of exposure to radon is very high. You should purchase a home test kit and test the water in your home for radon. If you find high levels of radon in your water, there are ways to reduce your exposure to it. Highest sources of Radon exposure in the home Since radon is heavier than air,... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Wednesday, March 23, 11:55 AM America/Los_Angeles

Why Are you at risk with Lead Contaminated Drinking Water? Of the 3,143 counties in the US, just over half of them, 1,573 report having lead contaminated drinking water. 21 states don’t regularly report lead data to the CDC, but if you live in the NorthEast or Midwest, your risk of Are you at risk for lead contaminated drinking water? having lead contaminated drinking water is very high. Every major city east of the Mississippi river is at risk, along with the entire South. The EPA estimates that over 10 Million homes are served with lead service lines. How to determine if you are at risk for lead contaminated drinking water Use the checklist... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Tuesday, February 09, 11:44 AM America/Los_Angeles

The cities of Flint, Michigan and Sacramento, California both thought they found a way to save money on municipal water treatment. What neither city told it’s residents was that their cost-cutting measures would endanger public safety. In Flint, Flint Michigan and Sacramento California both exposed their residents to poisoned drinking water – intentionally a state of emergency has been declared after it was found that children in the city had lead levels in their blood that were 10 times higher than what is deemed dangerous by the EPA. In Sacramento, the city added a chemical to the water called aluminum chlorohydrate, which forms carcinogenic... Read More »

By Leo McDevitt on Friday, January 15, 11:54 AM America/Los_Angeles