INSIGHTS Magazine Fall 2020


Homeowners across the U.S. are becoming increasingly aware of the quality of their water supply. In response to that awareness, water filtration solutions are in great demand for builders who are focused on lifestyle, health, and environmental consciousness for their home buyers. Every contaminant associated with the EPA is categorized under 6 major types, and these are the most common that our technicians see in municipal and off-grid water supplies every day. Giving homebuyers choices when they are building their home, and providing them the option to have clean, healthy water is the right thing to do. It’s no wonder why water consciousness has fueled a 300% growth in our industry, since the COVID-19 pandemic. Which water contaminants are lurking in your building communities? Call us today, to give your clients the choice of a healthier lifestyle.

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An organism (such as a bacterium or protozoan) of microscopic or ultramicroscopic size. Microorganisms

Result of chemical reactions between organic and inorganic matter in water with chemical treatment agents during the water disinfection process. Disinfectant Byproducts An agent, such as heat, radiation, or a chemical, that destroys, neutralizes, or inhibits the growth of disease- carrying microorganisms. Disinfectants A chemical substance, called an isotope, which exhibits radioactivity. Radionuclides

Substances of mineral origin that do not contain carbon in their molecular structure. Inorganic Chemicals

A broad class of substances containing carbon, and its derivatives. Organic Chemicals

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