Did You Know?
Contrary to popular belief, water is not a renewable resource. It is finite. The water you use today is literally the same water that existed on the planet billions of years ago. Nature recycles water. It doesn’t make new.
Also, as you once learned in school, over two-thirds of the earth’s surface is covered by water. But did you know that only about 2.8 percent of it is fresh water? Did you know that only about 0.3 percent of the earth’s total water supply is usable by humans?
Just in the last decade of the 20th century, the earth’s population grew by more than one billion people. At the current rates over the next 50 to 90 years, the world’s population will more than double its size. The demand on water supplies is growing exponentially. Understanding and using scarce water resources wisely is vital as our very survival as a species depends on it.
Concerned About Water Quality?
You are not alone if you’re concerned about the quality and safety of the water you and your family drink on a daily basis.
Water quality is continuously affected by the impact of man-made environmental conditions. Water runoff from industrial plants and farms, acid rain and other forms of pollution have contaminated groundwater and surface water supplies in many areas of the world. Population growth, urban and suburban sprawl, and industrial and agricultural expansion all contribute to the decline of fresh water supplies.
Governments at every level are investing billions of dollars to enhance infrastructure and raise water quality standards. In addition, more and more individuals are relying on modern home water treatment systems to reliably offer fresh, clean water to their families at home.
What’s in your water?
A CWP water test is the first step toward resolving your water quality issues. We will send a water treatment expert to your home to test your tap water, explain the results, and recommend the best solutions to meet your specific water needs.