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Hard water, or water with a high accumulation of dissolved minerals, affects eighty-five percent of the United States. Usually the result of high levels of calcium and magnesium, hard water damages plumbing, eats away at clothing, and even causes health problems. The One-Time Ocean Hard water is a problem across the contiguous United States, but […]

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As the details of the water crisis in Flint, MI, continue to surface, a grim picture is painted of a negligent and irresponsible government finally facing the music of its poor management and planning. The problem is not easily remedied, and citizens are helpless as the water in the region is still by and large […]

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A recent investigation by USA Today Network revealed what we at Pelican have sadly predicted for some time: Flint, Michigan is only one of thousands of communities affected by excessive lead levels in drinking water. Using data from the last four years, the USA Today investigative team identified almost 2,000 water systems across all fifty […]

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The drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has gained national attention as new details of the poor water quality coming from the Flint River continue to make headlines. The issues of water treatment and poor management have outraged citizens around the country as they rally behind the residents of Flint in their quest for safer, […]

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With the true scope of Flint, Michigan’s, water crisis now national news, the public is justifiably outraged. Evidence suggests state and government officials deliberately downplayed the possibility of health issues arising from discolored, foul-smelling water — water that exposed Flint residents to high levels of lead for two years. This begs the question: Could Flint’s […]