Posts Tagged ‘clean water’

Map of the Globe

In the developed world, many people don’t give much thought to the water they use for drinking, preparing food and bathing. In underdeveloped parts of the world, 1.7 billion people have access to clean water today due to joint efforts between government and nongovernmental organizations that started back in 1992. Still, every year, millions of […]

World Water Day is March 22nd

As you can imagine, we take water conservation very seriously at Pelican Water. Water is our planet’s most precious resource; polluting water reservoirs or mismanaging water supplies can reap terrible consequences for the environment and for the health of your family. In the United States the water infrastructure is long overdue for a facelift, and […]

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 […]

How Do Other Cultures View the Cleanliness of Water?

Water is the most valuable resource on the planet. Developed countries range greatly in the perceived cleanliness of the tap water available to the citizens that live there – in many countries, tap water is considered pristine, while in others there is a longstanding belief that the tap water is only safe for watering plants. […]

Water is by far the world’s most precious resource. Here at Pelican Water we make it our mission to supply cleaner, safer filtered water at affordable prices to as many families as possible. It’s no secret that as the nations of the world continue to develop, the treatment and protection of water across the globe […]