August is Water Quality Month

water-quality-monthWater is one of our most precious resources, but is often taken for granted. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named the month of August, Water Quality Month, to help remind everyone of the importance of clean water. This month (and every month) take time to understand the importance of your drinking water’s source and how it is treated.

“The Water Guy”™ believes everyone should know where the water they drink comes from. By offering full transparency of our water’s source and how it is treated, we help keep you hydrated with peace of mind.  “The Water Guy” ™ goes to great lengths to ensure the bottled water delivered to your home or office is clean and safe.

water quality month - springsWhen you know your water’s source and how it is treated, you will trust and enjoy it more. “The Water Guy” ™ owns two natural underground springs in Lebanon County, PA and Schuylkill County, PA. These state approved springs are protected by thousands of acres of woodland preserve. For our purified and distilled water products, “The Water Guy” ™ uses state approved municipal water systems in Birdsboro, PA that are purified to the highest industry standards. From source to finished product, a multi-barrier approach of micronfiltration, ultra violet (uv), ozonation, carbon filtration and distillation prevents possible harmful contamination to our bottled water.

A step above other bottled water companies, “The Water Guy” ™ conducts hourly water testing, when our bottled water line is running, to ensure our water meets or exceeds the standards of the local, state and FDA regulations.

water quality month - water testingAs a member of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA), our bottled water and treatment facilities are subject to rigorous inspections which verify that we meet the strictest water quality standards. Being awarded the Safe Quality Food (SQF) Level 3 Certification provides further assurance to consumers that our bottled water has passed rigorous international standards of water quality control and food safety.

If you would like to learn more about water quality, you can visit the EPA’s website. As a water consumer, we all need to do our part in protecting our waterways and ecosystems to ensure clean drinking water. After all who wants to drink water that is harmful to their health? Happy Water Quality Month!