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  • Produced Water Spills Devastate Soil, Groundwater, and Wildlife in Texas and Have Potentially Harmful Effects on Humans

    Posted On 01/12/2024 By iSpring Water Systems

    Produced Water Spills Devastate Soil, Groundwater, and Wildlife in Texas and Have Potentially Harmful Effects on Humans

    Key Points

    1. The impact the oil and gas industry has on Texas
    2. T-Bar Ranch: an example of how produced water can contaminate drinking water supplies
    3. Produced water explained
    4. Insufficient protection against produced water spills 
    5. Protection using iSpring’s filtration systems  

    Texas:...

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  • Portland Continues to Combat Water Crisis

    Posted On 11/07/2023 By iSpring Water Systems

    Portland Continues to Combat Water Crisis

    Many U.S. citizens whose water is sourced from a municipal water supply make the assumption that their drinking water is safe due to it undergoing treatment that meets state and federal regulations. However, these are not always safe assumptions. 

     

    Many across the nation are not only...

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  • Navigating Pritchard, Alabama's Devastating Water Crisis

    Posted On 10/24/2023 By iSpring Water Systems

    Navigating Pritchard, Alabama's Devastating Water Crisis

    A small community in Alabama is currently facing a water crisis head-on that has impacted approximately 20,000 people and might force as many as 200 residents out of their homes. After years of mismanagement and neglect by the Prichard Water Works and Sewer Board, the community of Prichard’s...

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  • Banish Fear Surrounding Water When Disaster Strikes

    Posted On 10/05/2023 By iSpring Water Systems

    Banish Fear Surrounding Water When Disaster Strikes

    Key Points:

    1. The residents of New Orleans are facing a saltwater intrusion that is jeopardizing their water supply, leaving millions fearful.
    2. Seek relief in one of iSpring’s water purification systems

     

    New Orleans’ Drought Could Lead to a Drinking Water Emergency  

    While there are...

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  • New Study Finds Nearly Half of Americans’ Drinking Water Contains PFAS Contaminants

    Posted On 07/11/2023 By iSpring Water Systems

    New Study Finds Nearly Half of Americans’ Drinking Water Contains PFAS Contaminants

    Key Points

    1. 1. Study shows 45% of drinking water has PFAS
    2. 2. Exposure to PFAS contributes to health concerns
    3. 3. iSpring water filtration systems that will provide you with peace of mind
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  • Train Derailment Leaves Ohio Residents Concerned for their Health after Air and Water Quality are Jeopardized

    Posted On 02/21/2023 By iSpring Water Systems

    Train Derailment Leaves Ohio Residents Concerned for their Health after Air and Water Quality are Jeopardized

    Key Points 1. Train derails in an Ohio suburb, spilling toxic chemicals including Vinyl chloride and ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 2. Residents are concerned about the long-term impact exposure to the chemicals involved in the crash will have on their health 3. iSpring’s hearts go out to all those affected, and we remain committed to being responsible stewards of the environment and promoting customer well-being. iSpring’s reverse osmosis systems remove toxins, leaving families with pure, clean drinking water they can feel confident in

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  • PFAS Are Harmful But Are Still Removable

    Posted On 12/31/2022 By iSpring Water Systems

    PFAS Are Harmful But Are Still Removable

    GEORGIA Chattahoochee Riverkeeper officials said they discovered seven species of "forever chemicals" in the Chattahoochee River and some of Atlanta's drinking water. According to a Waterkeeper Alliance study, these chemicals, also known as polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances or...

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  • Water Crisis left the people of Jackson, Mississippi without drinkable water

    Posted On 09/23/2022 By iSpring Water Systems

    Water Crisis left the people of Jackson, Mississippi without drinkable water

    Heavy rainfall in the middle to end of August 2022 caused flooding along the Pearl River valley. In contrast, it was expected that the Pearl would overcome the water crisis. This avoided the anticipated widespread evacuations and significant damages to water purification. Localized flooding,...

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