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Unless you place a bucket outside to collect water when it rains, there are two possible sources for your drinking water: private water from a well or public water treated by the city and pumped into your home through existing water infrastructure. If you want to treat your tap water for contaminants and enjoy the […]

A mile-long plume of smoke frightened families in and around Deer Park, Texas, on March 17. Shortly after 11 a.m. a shelter-in-place alert was issued to residents in Deer Park as a petrochemical fire raged at a nearby storage facility for Intercontinental Terminals Co. The fire burned for three straight days, emitting hazardous chemicals and […]

If you read the Pelican Water blog on a semi-regular basis you are keenly aware of the many threats to the world’s most precious resource, whether it be saltwater intrusion in Florida, lead contamination in Michigan, or plastic waste in our oceans. However, today we actually have some great news: for the first time in […]

Tomatoes and Magnifier

For families around the country a great way to start living a healthier lifestyle is to avoid processed foods and eat more produce. Salads, fruits, vegetables, and natural foods contain minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants that help fight disease and keep our body working properly. However, due to the way farms grow and harvest produce many […]

At Pelican Water we love protecting and filtering the planet’s most valuable and precious resource — water. Our “go green” initiative has led to the development of environmentally friendly water softening systems that save energy while eliminating harmful salt and chemical discharge. As the market leader in America’s #1 salt free water softener, Pelican Water seeks […]