Lead Reduction Solutions
The presence of lead in drinking water is more prevalent and serious than many people realize.
Despite common perceptions, lead is not restricted to inner-city communities, but rather is a problem that affects many water systems across the country. According to an Environmental Protection Agency study released in 1993, more than 800 drinking water systems around the nation contain excessive lead.
Today, the EPA estimates that more than 40 million North Americans are exposed to potential dangerous amounts of lead in their drinking water.
Fortunately, we have both point-of-use and point-of-entry water filtration solutions to choose from.
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Globally over the past century, the average annual temperature has increased about 1 °C; in the Arctic, it has climbed 2 to 3 °C. By 2100 the average global surface temperature is projected to increase by 1.5 to 5.8 °C
Increasing global temperatures are expected to cause a broad range of...