Have you ever traveled to a different city and noticed that the water tastes different? That’s because the water chemistry is different, and more importantly, the problems present in the water are different too.
Around the country, tens of millions of U.S. households have contaminants in their water that exceed public health goals, but the individual contaminants vary significantly state by state and even zip code by zip code. The issues in your water can be impacted by a variety of factors including the age of your home and city’s infrastructure, the natural geology of the region, and your water source's proximity to industrial sites, farms and military bases. Cities with older infrastructure like Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Jackson, Mississippi, for example, face issues with lead contamination, while new developments in the American Southwest may be lead-free, but record unsafe concentrations of arsenic.
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