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Study identifies school buildings’ risk factors for lead in drinking water
Dec. 5, 2023
Research on Massachusetts schools’ drinking water lead exposure finds that older buildings constructed in the 1960s and 1970s were the most likely to have elevated water lead ...
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Michigan law requires water filters in schools, childcare centers
Nov. 28, 2023
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Midea unveils suite of household water solutions
Nov. 21, 2023
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New EPA data finds 44 million people have PFAS in their drinking water
Nov. 14, 2023
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Map identifies 426 areas where trichloroethylene affects U.S. drinking water
Nov. 13, 2023
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From crisis to clarity: Confronting PFAS in tap water
Nov. 2, 2023
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Groundwater PFAS plumes ‘in the proximity’ of drinking water sources
Oct. 30, 2023
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Class action lawsuits filed against PFAS contamination in Wisconsin town
Oct. 25, 2023
Assessment of water quality from soda fountains, water vending machines and tap water from the Southern California area found Salmonella, E. coli and more.
Microbial contamination found in water from SoCal soda fountains
Oct. 9, 2023
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EPA awards nearly $100,000 for household PFAS water filter development
Sept. 27, 2023
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California introduces bill to eliminate lead from school drinking water
Sept. 21, 2023
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New Hampshire reports on lead in drinking water at schools, childcare facilities
Sept. 19, 2023
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Rubber plumbing seals can leak additives into drinking water, study says
Sept. 13, 2023
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PFAS chemicals detected in many rivers and streams across Pennsylvania
Aug. 29, 2023
Roughly 76% of the studied streams in Pennsylvania contained at least one PFAS chemical, with manufacturers, electronic control facilities, and oil and gas development as possible...
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Asia-Pacific forum explores international standards for lead in drinking water
Aug. 28, 2023
IAPMO and its charitable arm IWSH helped facilitate presentations at a day-long water forum during a Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting.
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Breaking down the EPA-required NSF/ANSI 372 certification process for point-of-use drinking water treatment devices
Aug. 25, 2023
The September 1, 2023, deadline for the EPA’s new lead content requirements is quickly approaching.
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Research captures estrogen hormones in water with “smart rust”
Aug. 24, 2023
By attaching phosphonic acid molecules onto iron oxide nanoparticles, a team of researchers are able to capture estrogen hormones from water.
Addressing Point-of-Entry Water Disinfection with UVC LEDs
Crystal IS Inc.
Aug. 22, 2023
OEMs are moving away from mercury lamp-based UV systems and investing in UVC LED-based designs to leverage benefits around sustainability and maintenance for POE water disinfection...
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