The ongoing water crisis in Flint isn’t the only major contaminant problem for the citizens of Michigan. The state is in the process of testing more than 1,000 water supplies across the state for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs, or PFAS contaminants) after multiple communities have detected unsafe concentrations of the contaminant in their water […]

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We know you’ve already got your kids’ backpacks loaded with everything they need for their first day of school: pens, notebooks, calculators, chargers, and folders. But while you’re organizing your children’s path to success don’t neglect the basics — keeping them hydrated and well fed throughout the day. Many lunch boxes and storage containers generate […]

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three women laughing and drinking beer

Have any weekend plans? You do now! International Beer Day is celebrated every year on the first Friday in August. This Friday, August 3, you can partake in a revered worldwide celebration of one of our most cherished and consumed beverages. More than 50 countries in the world hold special events to commemorate this holiday […]

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Tap water faucet in dry area

The groundwater aquifers that your private well taps for your water supply cannot be easily monitored, which means a summer well water drought can strike at any time, especially if you have a shallow well. During prolonged summer droughts you may feel uneasy, assuming your well could dry up any day. Groundwater levels naturally dip […]

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Placing red tile

The weather is perfect, the sun is in the sky, the kids are frolicking in the yard, and you actually have some free time. Summer is the ideal time to roll up your sleeves and finally complete those home renovation projects you’ve been putting off for months. Once you’ve toiled and sweated through the morning […]

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