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How to Avoid PFAS Chemicals

In the midst of a viral pandemic, we remain concerned with the overall health and safety of our community and neighbors. At Aqua Pump, we aim to help improve the water quality of our customers…

What are the PFAS Health Effects?

Increasingly, Connecticut residents are learning more about PFAS. As governmental organizations, such as the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and many colleges are studying PFAS, the results seemingly indicate many negative health effects. So, as…

How Can I Limit My PFAs Exposure

Now that I know a little more about PFAS chemicals, what are some steps I can take to protect myself from PFAS exposure? People and their pets can be affected by ingesting or being exposed…

What are PFAs?

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, otherwise known as PFAS, increasingly gain headlines because more studies continually show their negative health impact. But what are PFAS, how do they impact our health and why do we need…

A Brief History of Water Wells

What exactly is a well? Technically speaking, it is a structure created in the ground by digging, drilling, or driving to access groundwater in underground aquifers, or a pocket of water trapped between layers of…

Quick and Helpful Facts About Water Wells

There are three possible types of drinking water wells used in private residences, in homes like yours! Dug/Bored Wells There are dug/bored wells, which are holes dug by hand or backhoe, cased (lined) by stones,…

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You Haven’t Had Your Well Water Tested? Here’s Why It Is Time

Your water tastes great, no smell, no taste and you’ve never had a problem with it. We hear all the time, “I have the best water around”. In some instances that may be true. However,…

The Chemical EDB and Facts Connecticut Residents Should Know

Several months ago, we had talked about an incident in Connecticut with the toxin EDB and homeowners. While you can still read the JI article here, let’s take a look at EDB a bit further…