A Quality Education

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - by Water2Drink

With summer’s end rapidly approaching, thoughts once again turn to school and learning. Water2Drink believes that educating yourself on the quality of your water will help you make decisions that result in health improvements for you and your family.

Water2Drink strives to present current, accurate, and appropriate news and data resources for the information and education of our customers. We’d like to share a few of our favorite sources for reliable, accurate and up-to-date water source information. We rely equally on each of these sources for news and information.

Water Quality Association – The mission of the WQA is, “to be the recognized resource and advocate for the betterment of water quality.” WQA represents that part of the water industry which focuses on homeowner’s or business owner’s property. Created in 1974 from the merger of two trade associations, the #WQA provides approachable information for learning about and improving the quality of your water.

Environmental Protection Agency – The EPA is an expansive resource for news, technology, laws and regulations regarding not only clean water, but also a resource for clean air, climate change, and land and waste issues, among many others. The EPA website provides news information, links to federal and state resources, online training, links to community resources and videos. The #EPA gives all U.S. citizens a place to learn about the issues that affect not only their community, but the nation as a whole.

Environmental Working Group – The EWG is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that focuses on human health and environmental issues. They ask questions that lead us to get to know our environment and take control over the issues that affect our health. The #EWG website is clean and easy to navigate by topic, and provides consumer guides as well.

NSF International – Founded in 1944, NSF’s mission as stated today is, “to protect and improve global human health.” NSF International has become the most respected organization to which consumers, manufacturers, and regulators look for developing public health standards. NSF also tests and certifies products to those standards. As stated on their website, “as an independent accredited organization, we test, audit and certify products and systems as well as provide education and risk management.” If you are comparing the benefits of a health product such as a Multipure Drinking Water System, you will get an accurate, apples-to-apples comparison of water filtration systems by using #NSF data certifications. relies on these organizations to provide independent research and guidance on many global health issues. We suggest you explore the wealth of information on these sites. Please contact #Water2Drink if you would like to talk about your water quality and how we can assist you in choosing the best #Multipure Drinking Water System for your family.

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