Doing Our Part for National Water Quality Month

For most of us here in the United States, it feels like a given when you turn on the taps, crystal clear H2O is going to come flowing out. But the quality of water can be very different depending on where you live not only in the world, but right here at home. Many places […]

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The History of National Water Quality Month

Did you know less than one percent of the world’s water is drinkable? Often through improper management and conservation, drinkable water often referred to as potable water, becomes unclean and unsafe for human use. In an effort to encourage people to protect clean water resources that keep us all healthy, the federal Environmental Protection Agency […]

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Does It Flush? What Should and Shouldn’t Go In Your Toilet

Quarantip #61: Don’t Flush the Disinfectant Wipes The spread of COVID-19 has forced Americans to spend more time in their homes and, by extension, more time in their bathrooms. And as items like toilet paper continue to sell out at a rapid clip, some may turn to alternatives. Like our healthcare system, it’s important to […]

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Should You Pour That Grease Down the Sink? (Short Answer: No!)

You’ve just finished frying some bacon or crispying up some delicious chicken. Now, you’re left with a pan full of oily grease. What do you do now? It’s easy to just throw this nasty grease down the drain and be done with it. You may think, it’s just like any other liquid you dump down […]

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