Posts Tagged ‘Bacteria’

Why You Shouldn't Drink That Bottled Water You Found in the Car

We’ve all been there – after a walk to the car in the scorching heat, you find a half-full water bottle rolling around on the floorboard. As you unscrew the cap and blast the AC you have a flittering thought: how long has this water bottle been here? But a moment later it passes as […]

Scariest Things Found in U.S. Water

Since it’s discovery the lead contamination of Flint, Michigan has drawn national headlines. As a country previously unaware of the deep-seated issues with its water infrastructure, America is rapidly discovering the risks and dangers of trusting pipelines and poor planning in the face of new threats to our health. Here are the scariest things found […]

Recently, residents of Flint have learned that a quiet outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease has been killing local citizens over the past year. Concerned families have called for an explanation for the silence of hospitals and government officials who knew that a dramatic increase in cases was occurring yet made no effort to warn the public. Janet […]

Bacteria In My Drinking Water

Municipalities and County Water Districts all over the United States are required to provide safe drinking water for the consumers living in their areas. One of the most important concerns with regards to the drinking water being delivered to the consumer’s home is the detection of bacteria in the water. While there are many types […]

Learn about Bathrooms and Bacteria Invasion – Pink or Orange Staining High humidity areas in the home are the ones that require the most attention because they’re the ideal locations to promote bacteria and molds. Sink drains and tiles are particularly prone to invasion. Although a natural occurrence in our environment, these microbes can quickly […]