20 Amazing Water Facts

20 Amazing Water Facts

Water is the most important resource in the world. Here are 20 amazing water facts that you may not know. 68.7% of the fresh water on Earth is trapped in glaciers. It’s estimated the U.S. uses around 400 billion gallons … Read More

PFOA Chemicals and Teflon

Teflon and PFOAs

Teflon is a brand name of a chemical coating, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). PFOA chemicals are used in the process of making Teflon. It was first made in the 1930s to create a non-reactive, nonstick surface. It’s known for its use in cookware, … Read More

Radioactive Waste in Washington State

Radioactive Waste in Washington State

For more than forty years, beginning in 1943, reactors located at the Hanford Site produced plutonium – a radioactive waste chemical – for America’s defense program. Hundreds of billions of gallons of liquid waste was generated during the Hanford plutonium … Read More

Private Well Water

Private Well Water

It is estimated that more than 13 million households rely on private well water for drinking water in the United States (US Census American Housing Survey 2017). The EPA does not regulate private wells nor does it provide recommended criteria or standards for … Read More

Is Bottled Water Safe

Is Bottled Water Safe?

Is bottled water safe, you ask? We have a bit of information for you. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA 2019) regulates bottled water with three standards, which include: 1. The standard of identity2. The standard of quality 3. Current … Read More

Jump-Start Your Healthy New Year with WaterDaddy

Are you thinking about leading a healthier lifestyle, but don’t know where to start? An in-home water filtration system is a great jump-start to a healthy new year. Clean water is crucial to a healthy new year, and water from … Read More

Well Water vs. City Water Blog Post

Well Water vs. City Water – Do you need a water filtration system?

Do you you know the difference between well water vs. city water? Do you know the process that water goes through before reaching your home? Hopefully this article can give you some insight into how your home’s water is processed … Read More