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Water Quality & Contaminants

Tools & Resources

Filtration Systems

Hydration

Well Water

Water Softening

Water Testing

Environmental Impact

Reverse Osmosis

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Reverse osmosis is one of the most effective methods of filtering the tap water in your home...

Shower Filters

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When it comes to water filtration, most consumers automatically associate filters and water treatment products with drinking water...

UV Filtration

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Water utilities must meet high quality standards, but the water supply still can be contaminated after it leaves the treatment plant. At Pelican Water, we’re experts...

Water Testing

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Instead of spending the money for a professional to conduct a water test in your home, order a water test that you can conduct yourself then ship the vials off to a lab for testing...

Well Water

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Well water is more common than many homeowners realize. Currently, more than 15 million households nationwide rely on well water...

Water Softener

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Water softeners are systems designed to treat and reduce “hard water.” These systems implement a method of exchanging or negating ions of common minerals to eradicate scale buildup and/or reduce the overall mineral count in your water...

Chlorine

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Chlorine is a chemical element that naturally exists as a yellow-green gas at room temperature...

Chloramine

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Chloramine is a disinfectant that consists of chlorine and ammonia. Technically, there are three common types of chloramine: monochloramine (NH2Cl), dichloramine (NHCl2), and trichloramine (NCl3)...

Lead

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Lead is a chemical element found primarily underground in the Earth’s crust...

Fluoride

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Fluoride is an ionic compound of fluorine, a highly reactive substance found naturally in many rocks and in the Earth’s crust...

Water Quality By State

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Every state in the U.S. faces water quality issues - from chemicals and contaminants to aging infrastructure and dwindling water supplies...

Boil Water Alerts

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Climate change and infrastructural neglect are taking a serious toll on the water quality of the drinking water being pumped into residences around the country...

Salt Free Water Softener Comparison

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Many brands offer salt-free water softeners, but not all products are created equal...

Softener Savings Calculator

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How much will a Salt-Free Water Softener save your Family?

Hydration Calculator

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How Much Water Should I Drink?

Arsenic

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Arsenic is a chemical element that naturally occurs within minerals and the Earth’s crust alongside sulfur and metals, and as an elemental crystal in its pure form...

Chromium 3 6

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Chromium-6 and chromium-3 are ionic variants of Chromium. Chromium is an element with an atomic number of 24 and symbol Cr...

Manganese

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Manganese is a metallic element with an atomic number of 25 and the chemical symbol Mn...

Nitrates

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Nitrates are ions created when nitrogen combines with oxygen. Nitrates can occur both naturally and synthetically. The nitrate ion is composed of one nitrogen atom and three atoms of oxygen (NO3)...

Mercury

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Mercury is the only metallic element that is exists as a liquid in its natural form given standard pressure and temperature...

Uranium

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Uranium, named after the planet Uranus, is a naturally-occurring radioactive element that can be found in most rocks and in the Earth’s crust...

Bottling Our Water

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While the idea of buying water might have been laughable 30 years ago, bottled water sales continue to rise year after year...

Miracle of Clean Water

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As society developed throughout the 20th century, public drinking water has come a long way. However, there are still many risks associated with drinking water from the tap...

Liquid Life

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Modern research indicates that the amount of water you should drink can vary greatly based on your height, weight, gender, location, general health, and level of activity...