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As one of the hardest hit counties in North Carolina, Brunswick County is operating a Disaster Food Benefits program.
If you’re drinking out of your kitchen sink tap, you might want to reconsider. While there are regulations in place to protect our drinking water, this is not a fool-proof system.
“We’re sending 2,600 five-gallon bottles of water to the event. If all the water is used, it will prevent the use of nearly 139,000 single-serve plastic bottles.”
When we think of wildfires, we think of plants and vegetation going up in flames. But, did you know that wildfires can have negative impacts on water systems?
No matter who you are, clean water is an everyday must-have. That’s why we cater to a full spectrum of Primo customers.
Have you always wondered how we actually clean your water or what happens to it before it gets to your home? Here’s an in-depth look at what goes on.
Shocking as it is, it’s not uncommon for arsenic—which has been used as a poison—to be found in well water supplies.
Just because your home looks clean, doesn’t mean it’s free of contaminants and health hazards. The cool news is there are easy things you can do.
At Primo Water, we’re the purrfect people to tell you about why you should be hydrating your four-legged family members with purified drinking water.
We’ve all heard, “don’t drink the water” or “there’s a boil water advisory in effect” at some point in our lives. Been there, done that, not fun.
Health officials began treating drinking water with chlorine as far back as 1908 because of its highly effective disinfectant properties.
The American Association of Pediatrics recommends waiting until your little one is 6 months old to introduce water, whether he is breastfed or formula-fed.
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