Free lead test for drinking water

New York State has introduced a free lead testing program. The 1.5 million dollar program is sponsored by the New York State Health Department. This pilot program will only run until the funds have been exhausted. To order your free drinking water test kit click here.https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/lead/free_lead_testing_pilot_program

After you receive your results, contact us for a free consultation. “We get the lead out”.

 

Fluoride: Is it safe?

 

Every month we get questions regarding the benefit vs negative health effects of fluoride in drinking water. This has become a widely debated topic in recent years. Scientific studies from the medical community have found fluoride to be a neurotoxin that leads to lower IQ scores in children, damage to the pineal gland and bone density loss just to name a few negative effects of fluoridation. Recently there has been increased pressure on the EPA to stop the addition of fluoride to our drinking water. The reverse osmosis process used in Pure Water Technology’s drinking systems will remove fluoride and provide you with healthier water. To learn more about fluoride in drinking water visit http://fluoridealert.org/

 

Attention Craft Brewery Customers

If you plan on attending the Craft Brewers Conference and Brew Expo in Washington DC April 11th -13th , stop by booth #4448 and say hello to the Pure Water Technology team. We will be displaying one of our workhorse 30 GPM skidded brewery pretreatment systems as well as our newest model: an incredibly compact 15 GPM wall mount pretreatment system. This new high performance 15 GPM rig has a foot print of only 2 square feet and is ideal for smaller breweries. We will also be discussing reverse osmosis systems for stripping problem water. Great beer begins with great water. Come learn how we achieve that goal.

Treating Lead in Your Home Drinking Water

Lately, we have been receiving frequent inquiries regarding treating lead in home drinking water. Generally, lead is not found in high concentrations at water treatment plants. So how does lead get in your home’s drinking water? There are a number of ways that your drinking water comes in contact with lead. Many service lines are still lead pipes. The service line runs from the water main in the street to your house. Obviously, most home owners do not want to incur the expense of replacing the service line. Lead can also be introduced from lead pipes within your house, lead-based solder and plumbing fixtures which predate the Safe Drinking Water Act. Read more

The Lead Crisis and Safe Drinking Water

Flint Michigan is just the tip of the iceberg. A 2016 USA Today investigation discovered almost 2,000 additional public and private water systems with lead concentrations above the Environmental Protection Agency’s safe drinking water threshold. To learn more about the lead crisis click here for the full article.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/03/11/nearly-2000-water- systems-fail- lead-tests/81220466/