Our well water was tested 15 years ago. I recently bought a water test kit and it shows a ph drop to 5. This does not seem possible as the samples that I sent to the lab 15 years ago were 6.5 and 6.6. Can well water ph change like that given no significant development in our area? It seems like the ph should be stable and the provided test strip is not accurate. I got the same result with a 2nd strip.
Snyder County PA Posted 3 months ago
We have high levels of natural arsenic; I have googled filters but most are undersink for house water. I want a filter I can put on outside hose bib. What is the best?
Okanogan County WA water contamination Posted 5 months ago
Just moved into home closed for 1 1/2 years . Has well water, everything is orange with brown water. What can I do to clean and drink the water
Hi, My name is Adam and I am a 7th grader doing a science project on water filtration. I am testing a commercial instant sip filtration type product with tap water with a homemade water filter. Can you provide any coliform bacteria kits to test drinking water safety? Or do you sell them at a good price. I am in Columbus, Ohio so my mom or dad could come pick them up at an office there at campus. Thank you very much. Please respond on my parents email below.
Franklin County OH Posted over 1 year ago
I would like a complete well water test performed on my rural home water supply. I would like one from someone that is not trying to sell me something.
I'm planning a trip to the Big Island in Hawaii, and the vacation house I'd like to stay in uses treated rain water. Here's what they say about it:
"As for the water. We do collect our water via rain in our 10,000 gallon catchment tank. If rain is short we have water delivery. We treat the inside water through a double filtration system, then sterilize it with UV light prior to entry into the house. We have our housekeeper treat the water in the tank with chlorine and baking soda to steady the PH level."
Is this likely to be safe to drink, cook with, brush teeth with, etc.?
Outside United States drinking water Posted over 1 year ago
I know it sounds kinda sci-fi, but could an ionising radiation 'clip' be fitted to taps in third-world countries to eliminate some of the effects of bacteria?
Outside United States drinking water Posted almost 2 years ago
i recently learned that radon levels in southern lancaster county are high. i have a uv light for my in home water supply. will uv light do anything for radon in my well
where in arizona payson ( 90 mi north of phoenix) would health dept test water its brown at times and we also have septic problems on the property we rent very worried about the well owner said he has it tested every june it hasnt been done-- do we have to go to independent lab?? my friends sister died from contaminated well water yrs ago and acquired hep c leading to liver cancer--- very concerned and our pets have been sick too diarrhea and coughing my husband and i also we now use bottled water and brita filter but we shower with this water and wash dishes we use bottled water for them now --- po box 2 payson az 85547 928--363--1452 home cell 928--583 4429 thank you for any help rendered mrs Brenda a Rivers
Gila County Arizona drinking water Posted over 2 years ago
i have a white scum with bubbels on the surface water copper sulfate doesn't help have not seen it in the past. water is consumed in house any ideas?
Ohio drinking water Posted over 2 years ago