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DROUGHT MAY LEAD TO ELEVATED LEVELS OF NATURALLY OCCURING ARSENIC IN PRIVATE DOMESTIC WELLS

“A new U.S. Geological Survey study highlights the importance of homeowners testing their well water to ensure it is safe for consumption, particularly in drought-prone areas. The first-of-its-kind national-scale study of private well water, conducted in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, showed that drought may lead to elevated levels of naturally […]

Advance Pump & Filter Co’s, Jake Pleadwell, recognized by Water Quality Magazine in it’s Young Professionals in the Water Industry edition

We are so proud that our very own Jake was selected by WQP Magazine to be profiled in their current issue highlighting Young Professionals in the Water Industry for 2021! Jake PleadwellTechnician/Customer Support, Advance Pump & Filter Co. Age: 27 Education: Pleadwell currently holds a B.S. in Business Administration. He is also working to obtain […]

AP&F is proud to be members in good standing with the Water Quality Association.

COVID-19 Updated Service

Hello, We hope this letter finds you in good health. Like you, we have been monitoring the rapidly-changing recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and local health departments regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus. We are open for business, but have temporarily modified office hours. Currently, we will be open […]

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Are you taking care of your “four walls”?

A popular personal money manager talks about prioritizing and taking care of your “four walls” first: this includes food, water/utilities, shelter and transportation. We recommend that YOU take control of your drinking water and make sure that it’s safe. Don’t rely on assumptions or thinking that someone else will monitor it. Test your own drinking […]

New Homeowner learns the hard way and shares his story

Regional Water Road Map

Here is a fun resource created by The Water Right Group. In this Blog post we are highlighting the portion of there article that talks about the Northeast. Give it a gander and you can visit the water right groups infographic at the link bellow. “The Northeastern United States is full of history, from the […]

A Day in the Life: Servicing a Small/Large Water System