Shrinking Cities, Expanding Problems
America's population decline is making our public water supplies riskier, posing a challenge for not just particular cities, but for America as a whole.
Primo Celebrates National Water Quality Month
Being in-the-know about water quality can save you a lot of trouble when it comes to hydrating properly. Let’s all raise a glass of better, safer water.
Don't Drink The Water At Hotel California
According to a new study in Environmental Health, cancer cases in California could increase in the coming years. The culprit? California’s toxic tap water.
The Maine Water Problem
Like many other states, Maine does not require public schools to test their water for lead. Last month, Pine Tree Watch reported on cataclysmic findings.
Iowa, the Next Victim of Unclean Water
A recent report found that agriculture is putting water sources at risk of contamination for nearly 300,000 Iowans who rely on well water.
Goodbye tap, hello Primo!
If you had told me at 25 that tap water would make my heart race and blood pressure rise at 35, I would have thought you had lost your marbles. But here I am, writing a whole article about how much I despise tap water. Texan tap water, to be exact. That's why I am making the permanent switch to bulk water. In walks a tall drink of water, Primo® Water + Dispenser System, to make all my H20 dreams come true.
New Study Finds More Lead in School Drinking Water Nationwide
When we send our kids to school, we trust that their environment is safe. But do we ever consider the silent threats that have the possibility of infiltrating school systems without warning? A new study has identified such a threat—the threat of lead in school drinking water.
Study links water contamination to poor infant health
Using Flint, Michigan as a test case, a recent Yale research study establishes a link between contaminated water supplies and poor infant health at birth, especially in infants born to economically disadvantaged families. In 2014, the town of Flint began using the Flint River as a public water source, resulting in unsafe levels of lead, […]