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6 Nashville Swimming Holes You Don’t Want To Miss

Speaking of water, don’t let the summer end without a local splash!   As August rolls to a close, and the kids are off to school, it’s easy to feel like summer is on its way out. Here in Nashville, however, temperatures can stay in the 80s for much of September, meaning swimming season is certainly not over. Fall Creek Falls Tennessee To make sure you don’t miss [...]

By |August 24th, 2019|Categories: Swimming Holes Nashville, Water Safety in Nashville|Comments Off on 6 Nashville Swimming Holes You Don’t Want To Miss

Keeping a Waterpark Clean: Opryland’s SoundWaves Park

Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland Hotel recently opened a brand new waterpark, SoundWaves, marketed as the city’s only resort water experience. The park’s website calls it “an unexpected aquatic attraction for hotel guests that unites extraordinary environments, exclusive upscale amenities and relaxing water features with energetic rides, immersive music and an indoor/outdoor oasis for people of all ages to enjoy.” Sounds pretty cool, right? The team at Aqua Pure Solutions is excited [...]

By |July 31st, 2019|Categories: Water Safety in Nashville|Comments Off on Keeping a Waterpark Clean: Opryland’s SoundWaves Park

Toxic Chemicals Released into Tennessee River by 3M Plant

As discussed in our recent post  on water contamination in Middle Tennessee, staying aware of local water quality is of the utmost importance. Recently, 3M Corporation admitted that one of its plants located in Decatur, Alabama has been releasing toxic chemicals into the Tennessee River for the last decade. The plant was authorized to manufacture the chemicals, perfluorobutane sulfonamide (FBSA) and fluorinated sulfonamide alcohol (FBSEE), but the release of the [...]

By |July 22nd, 2019|Categories: Drinking Water, Water Safety in Nashville|Comments Off on Toxic Chemicals Released into Tennessee River by 3M Plant

The TVA is Addressing Water Contamination Issues in Middle Tennessee

Recently, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) reached an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) regarding efforts to clean up coal ash in Middle Tennessee. Example of Coal Ash Leaking Into Water The agreement centers around the Gallatin Fossil Plant, where 12 million tons of coal ash are currently being stored in unlined pits, allowing large amounts of contaminants to seep into the Tennessee public [...]

By |July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Drinking Water, Water Safety in Nashville|Comments Off on The TVA is Addressing Water Contamination Issues in Middle Tennessee

3 Ways Purified Water Benefits Your Grooming Routine

When it comes to the health of your hair and skin, water is probably the last element you take into consideration. It’s an integral part of nearly every grooming routine, but its power can be underestimated. Our focus is on the products we use with the water, like soaps, shampoos, facial washes and scrubs. Unfortunately, while you’re busy testing out a new conditioner, you could be overlooking one of the most critical [...]

By |May 29th, 2019|Categories: Drinking Water|Comments Off on 3 Ways Purified Water Benefits Your Grooming Routine

Education of Water Quality & Getting Water Tested

Depending on where you live, you may have a variety of concerns regarding the quality of your water. Rather than ignore your concerns and hope for the best, it’s imperative to better understand what’s happening. Over the past few years, a growing number of people have become concerned about pollutants in the Cumberland River. The primary cause of this pollution is the many cities upstream that dump their treated sewage [...]

By |March 11th, 2019|Categories: Drinking Water|Comments Off on Education of Water Quality & Getting Water Tested