Government Warnings About Water & The Need for Filtration

Public water systems are outdated and the current water treatment technology and government agencies cannot keep up with the growing number of contaminants and chemicals in our water. 

U.S. water systems need more than $250 Billion in investments through 2023 to make our public water safe. 

15,000 bodies of water in the U.S. have been evaluated by state agencies to have a nutrient problem.

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Since 2010, government officials have warned us about chemicals and contaminants in our public water, beginning with issuing the President’s Cancer Panel Report. The report details the shocking water problem after decades of case studies, independent test and medical journal reports. The government finally admitted the chlorine, contaminants, carcinogens and pollutants in our water supply are causing cancer.

In fact, the government recommends all Americans install a water filtration system in their homes to reduce their risk of cancer.

Your water may seem clear, but it’s not clean. You’ll be shocked to learn what was found in a test of water supplies of more than 28 million people from 19 U.S. water utilities:

The study reported that pharmaceutical drugs, endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) and unregulated organic contaminants were all discovered. Of the 51 compounds the study tested for, the 11 most often found were atenolol, atrazine, carbamazepine, estrone, gemfibrozil, meprobamate, naproxen, phenytoin, sulfamethoxazole, TCEP and trimethoprim.

Your water may appear clean to the eye, but you are bathing in a cocktail of several medicine cabinets.

Most homeowners have no idea this safety warning has been issued, even though it’s been a problem for decades and is only getting worse.

Black water coming out of faucets in Texas…

Fracking chemicals in the water supply…

It is time for Americans to stop taking the quality of their water for granted! If you have concerns about the quality of your water, call (716) 332-4400 or contact us to be connected to a local plumbing professional right now.