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Bottled water woes Who’s watching our water? part 2

In addition, bottled water companies are not required to test for “Cryptosporidium,” the chlorine-resistant protozoan that infected more than 400,000 Milwaukee residents in 1993. Bottled water companies, are not under the same strict accountability standards as are required by the EPA for municipal water systems. Bottled water companies may provide a significantly lower quality standard […]


Bottled water woes who’s watching our water? part-1

Bottled water, because it is defined as a “food” under federal regulations, is under the authority if the Food and Drug Administration(FDA), while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under much stricter standards, regulates tap water( your homes water supply). Thus, bottled water, depending upon your brand, may actually be less clean and safe than your […]


Kangen Water Used In Hospitals

Japan Uses Kangen Water In their Hospitals Watch this video to see why: Kangen Water is a great system and source of very healthy water. With the different types of water that you can choose from with the machines, are many health benefits and many things you can use the water for.  And as always […]


Kangen Water Vs. Bottled Water

Pros of Drinking Kangen Water Why Kangen Water Is the Best Option   Watch this video and find out for yourself the pros and cons of having Kangen Water instead of bottled water. And of course, please visit our Enagic website for information about our Kangen Water Ionizers…


Researchers warn of legacy mercury in the environment

July 8, 2013 — Environmental researchers at Harvard University have published evidence that significant reductions in mercury emissions will be necessary just to stabilize current levels of the toxic element in the environment. So much mercury persists in surface reservoirs (soil, air, and water) from past pollution, going back […]


California Failed to Spend Millions on Water Projects, E.P.A. Says | water quality

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — California has failed to spend $455 million of federal money meant to improve water infrastructure in the state, while thousands of people rely on groundwater laced with nitrates and other contaminants, federal regulators said Friday. The state has received more than $1.5 billion for its […]

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