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#Waterroundup for November 28th, 2018

What do wells, National Climate Assessment, Black Sea Grill, Procter & Gamble, and sunlight have in common? They all are the topics of this weeks, weekly water roundup Embedded content: https://www.eagletribune.com/news/new_hampshire/residents-donate-water-to-family-with-dry-well/article_c55ad66b-5b75-5c59-9fba-27d1f5dffff9.html A family in New Hampshire has had to deal with plastic plates, plastic silverware, limited laundry use and quick showers, since July, due to …

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#Waterroundup for November 21st, 2018

What do inactive gold mines, water benefits, inadequate access to water, Denmark and water infrastructure have in common? They all are the topics of this weeks, weekly water roundup Embedded content: https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/business/article221870080.html Aurora, Colorado has just finalized a deal to aquire water from an inactive gold mine. Although this is not a common practice, water …

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#Waterroundup for November 14th, 2018

What does water arrival, Denmark South Carolina, Galveston Texas, voting and lemon water have in common? They all are the topics of this weeks, weekly water roundup Where Did Earth’s Water Originate? Solar Nebula, Study Suggests smithsonian.com Scientists have long posited that water arrived on our planet via ice-filled comets and asteroids, but new research …

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Newark Water Crisis

The Problem An environmental crisis has consumed Newark, New Jersey. Over the past year, at least 10% of nearly 300 water samples tested, showed lead contamination. The level of lead, found in water, must comply with the federal action level of 15 parts per billion. According to state records, the water samples showed the lead …

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#Waterroundup for October 31st, 2018

What does Infrastructure, Newark, Venice, Construction and Nutrients from Seafood have in common? They all are the topics of this weeks, weekly water roundup. Embedded content: https://news.utexas.edu/2018/10/31/our-world-is-changing-our-water-infrastructure-should-too The world is changing, so should the water infrastructure. The World Health Organization estimates that 2.1 billion people lack access to safe and available drinking water at home. …

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Official Tern Water Press Release: 5% Healthy Water Initiative

Tern Water Announces Important New Initiative to Help Neighborhoods Get Access to Healthy Water. PHILADELPHIA, PA – July 23, 2018 – At the end of this fiscal year, as Tern Water launches their new Smart Faucet, the first smart water filter for the home, Tern has committed to give away 5% of revenues to communities …

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Philly Water Startup can help Elon Musk bring healthy Water to Flint

Tern’s mission, is providing people with products/services to help them get access to healthy water. We do that out of belief of the extreme importance water has on our health and wellbeing humans. Elon Musk went on Twitter yesterday to make a commitment to fund fixing the water problems of Flint,Michigan. We want to help, …

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The Product Development Cycle of the Smart Faucet: Test, Optimize, and Test Some More

Elephant in the room – It has been hot in Philadelphia, as well as most of the country. Whether you spent this holiday week in town or at a beach, I am sure at some point a glass of water became a major relief. For those who worked out of Pennovation this week, they got …

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#waterroundup for June 29th, 2018

From Infrastructure to availability, and dangerous contaminants to a potentially healthy one, this week the water news was just as varied as ever. Here’s the weekly water roundup: Water infrastructure employment: A pipeline to opportunity Americans don’t often think about water infrastructure – or all the workers who help maintain it -but these workers are …

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Know Your Contaminant: Chromium-6

While the Hexavalent Chromium may be best known from the infamous Hinkley Groundwater contamination case that inspired the film Erin Brockovich, this contaminant is nowhrere near gone, and is actually increasingly finding it’s way into a shocking amount of the public’s water supply. What’s more, theres reason to worry — Chromium-6 is a potentially dangerous …

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How water data can help entire communities live healthier lives

Today we live in an age that is highly driven with data, and analytics in order to provide people everywhere with the best possible experience they can get. At Tern, we fundamentally believe that data can help solve the major issues with our water system in a much smarter fashion. With that belief we went …

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How to Make Sure Water From Our Kitchen is Safe to Drink

According to USA Today, as many as 63 million Americans are exposed to unsafe drinking water, that’s almost a fifth of the entire country. This is one of the most critical elements that our nation faces today, and continues to elevate in severity. That same report highlights that 63% of Americans are now concerned a …

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Lack of Water Awareness is a Growing Problem, and We’re Fixing That

According to a 2016 Gallup Poll, around 61% of Americans “worry a great deal” about water pollution and contaminants in their water. Here at Tern Water we are offering consumers the opportunity to get their water tested at a low cost so they can be informed about what is in their tap water. Drinking water …

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Tern Water reply to statements made by the Philadelphia Water Department

Since our founding in 2016, our mission at Tern Water has been to provide people with access to safe and sustainable water through innovative products and services that provide better information about contaminants and make water safer at the point of use. All testing services are conducted using lab certified equipment with routine validation procedures …

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Cape Cod, You Can Now Test Your Water Quality!

According to Cape Cod times, a $6.5M carbon treatment system is being purchased to treat Hyannis water contaminants like PFOS and PFOA which are hormone disrupting compounds used in fire-fighting foams and aviation hydraulic fluids which are shown to make drinking water highly unsafe, levels of these compounds were among the highest reported in the …

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Tern Water Announces Partnership with Cross Properties.

Tern Water (Tern), the maker of the Tern Faucet, closes a strategic partnership with Cross Capital. The investment allows Tern to begin beta product development and launch early marketing campaigns. The Tern Faucet is a modular attachment to a kitchen faucet that provides the user with high quality purification and information on water consumption, water …

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There’s Something in the Water: The Betrayal of a Municipal Water System

Flint, Michigan has declared a state of emergency over levels of lead in their drinking water. At our core, we don’t want to believe that this is possible. We don’t want to believe that an American community can be subjected to such neglect in the name of cost cutting. The well being of a population …

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