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A Look at Radiological Water Contaminants

What are radiological water contaminants? Radiological water contaminants are undesirable radioactive substances that have entered a water supply. They are also known as radionuclides. Typical, naturally-occurring radiologicals found in drinking water include, “...isotopes of radium, uranium and radon, among others. Fission products from man-made nuclear reactions are also of concern today, particularly radioactive cesium and iodine.” 1 Naturally-Occurring [...]

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GenX in the news

GenX is the trade name for a chemical that was introduced in 2010 as a “safer” replacement for a toxic contaminant known as PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid, commonly called C8). Like its predecessor, GenX enables the production of common household products including non-stick pans, firefighting foam and water-repellent fabrics. Although few health studies are available on GenX, toxicologists say GenX is [...]

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Understanding Aging Water Infrastructure in the US

From General Manager and resident expert Adam Lock at New Millennium Concepts, Ltd.I’m going to start this off with a surprising fact: D is the current grade given for the water infrastructure in the US. This report is compiled every 4 years by the American Society of Civil Engineers. And you can read more about [...]

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"Beaches, Parks at Indiana Dunes Closed After Chemical Spill"

"Several beaches at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore were closed Tuesday after a toxic chemical called hexavalent chromium spilled into the Burns Waterway."Chromium VI is a nasty heavy metal known to have many detrimental health effects.  Believing that accidents like this one cannot happen to you is the first step towards potential disaster.  The Black Berkey® [...]

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NMCL Phones and Internet Issues

NMCL Phones and Internet IssuesOur website and phones are currently experiencing periodic interruption in service due to issues with our service provider. We are working to get the system operational again as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience during this time. 

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"Safety of Houston drinking water causing growing concern"

"HOUSTON - The safety of drinking water is causing growing concern in Houston's neighborhoods after a series of Channel 2 investigations."Bureaucracy is not going to come up with a solution for clean water anytime soon.  Carcinogens such as chromium VI continue to flow through municipal water pipes throughout the country.  The Black Berkey® Purification Elements [...]

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Exclusive: Lead poisoning afflicts neighborhoods across California

"Dozens of California communities have experienced recent rates of childhood lead poisoning that surpass those of Flint, Michigan, with one Fresno locale showing rates nearly three times higher, blood testing data obtained by Reuters shows."Lead is becoming one of the main drinking water concerns since the crisis in Flint, Michigan. Cities across the United States [...]

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"On Your Side Investigation: What's in Hattiesburg's Brown Water?"

"HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - After months of complaints from Hattiesburg residents about discolored water, WDAM 7 News is finding out what's in the city's water, if it's safe to drink and how Hattiesburg city leaders plan to fix it."The Black Berkey® Purification Elements have been rated to remove lead, copper, iron, and other heavy metals up [...]

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Which Cleveland suburbs have the most lead water pipes?

"In the past, we've uncovered lead poisoning problems plaguing the City of Cleveland as more than a thousand Cleveland children test positive for elevated levels every year."Many municipal water sources in the United States use lead pipes that are considerably old. These pipes can corrode andpotentially leach lead into your water. Don't take chances with [...]

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Town of Amherst water system exceeds a drinking water standard

AMHERST Co., Va. (WSET) -- The Town of Amherst issued a note on Friday about levels of disinfection byproducts in its water.The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists haloacetic acids (HAA5) as a potential carcinogen if consumed in excess amounts.  Our Black Berkey® Purification Elements have been tested to remove total haloacetic acids by levels up [...]

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