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What Is PFAS, and How Can It Affect My Health?

Reduce Your Exposure to PFAS With Our Water Station

Unfortunately, you can no longer take your drinking water for granted. Many municipalities have less-than-ideal water supplies loaded with potentially harmful chemicals. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination is one such culprit. PFAS is not new, but the science investigating it has begun to yield surprising knowledge about the chemicals’ potential health effects. We…

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Rosie on the House: Making Your Own Pure Water

Lots of habits have changed during this time of social distancing as many Arizonans are working and schooling from home. One of the positive changes we see is lots more people out and about walking and running, riding bikes and just taking a break from being at home.

Are you having trouble drinking enough water?

One of the changed habits that might be concerning is that you and your family are drinking less water. If you don’t like the…

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Treating Your Arizona Drinking Water

You may have heard the water in Arizona is “crunchy” or “you can chew the water.” In a sense that is true.

Arizonans get their water from a variety of sources. Tucson is the Central Arizona Project’s (CAP) largest municipal customer followed by Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa. The Salt River Project (SRP) manages the Verde & Salt River water system that delivers 800,000 acre-feet of water across 375 square miles. Forty-three…

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