Informational Blog Articles

PFNA, PFOA, PFOS in Drinking Water

Posted by Max Water on 5/13/2022 to Blog Articles

What is 1,2,3-Trichloropropane?

Posted by Scott / Max Water on 7/25/2018 to Blog Articles

1,2,3-Trichloropropane (also known as 1,2,3 TCP, Allyl Trichloride, Glycerol Trichlorohydrin, Glycerin Trichlorohydrin, or Trichlorohydrin) is a man-made chemical compound created by Dow and Shell Chemical Companies. 1,2,3 TCP is a colourless or light straw coloured liquid with a strong chloroform odor. It is used as an industrial solvent used in many manufacturing sectors as a de-greaser, cleaning agent and varnish remover. 1,2,3 TCP is also used in the production epoxy resin and can produced as a by-product in manufacturing of other chemicals.

pH Levels of Reverse Osmosis System Water Vs Tap Water

Posted by Max Water on 5/7/2017 to Blog Articles
Drinking Water PH is is recommended to be in the 6.5 - 10.0 range. pH minimize corrosion of piping materials so that metals like lead and copper do not dissolve into the drinking water supply.

Tottenham residents want immediate action on water quality

Posted by http://aware-simcoe.ca on 3/15/2017 to Blog Articles

We the residents of Tottenham in the Town of New Tecumseth request that Council approve and action immediately the Implementation of Permanent Municipal Water Reverse Osmosis System for Tottenham.

For the last 16 years Tottenham in the Town of New Tecumseth has been informed that they will be connected to the “Collingwood-Alliston” pipeline. Connecting Tottenham to the Pipeline would increase water capacity as well as quality.

Alliston Water Quality

Posted by Max Water on 1/5/2017 to Blog Articles

Drinking Water Reports for the Alliston and Tottenham Drinking Water Systems are available annually for public viewing starting in the first quarter of each following year.

The reports may also be viewed at the Town Administrative Office in Alliston or the Joint Operation Centre in Beeton, Monday to Friday during regular business hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The reports provide a brief description of the water systems, some of the major works undertaken to operate and maintain the systems for the past year, and the most recent water quality data.