PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- EcoWater reviews a recent article
in AARP warning vacationers to review the latest clean water reports of U.S. beaches before packing their swimsuits. According the annual report from the Natural Resources Defense Council, "Last year the nation's beaches had more than 20,000 closing and advisory days because of polluted water or threatened contamination."
The article mentions that the environmental-advocacy group analyzed water-quality results from results conducted by the federal government and state beach coordinators at more than 3,000 locations nationwide. The report demonstrated more than "80 percent of beach closings and advisories were issued because of high bacteria levels in the water. The most common cause was massive storm-water runoff and sewage."
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the released statement, the team is adamant about sharing the importance of health and safety in regards to using water responsibly. "Swimming in contaminated water can make you very sick," said a representative. "Children, older adults and pregnant women are especially vulnerable to certain illnesses, such as gastrointestinal illness from waterborne bacteria."
As an international company, EcoWater reviews how to provide premium services for water purification, as the team believes every person deserves the best and cleanest water. That is why they strive to deliver the highest service when it comes to water purification. The staff diligently works to uphold the eco responsibility - taking pride in their long-standing tradition of protecting the environment. There are several key factors that have benefited the company's eco-friendly initiatives, including the areas of health, recycling and research development.
"Water worldwide has its ups and downs, from our beaches to our drinking water," said a staff person. "Effectively removing the toxins from your household water with a proper EcoWater system will keep you feeling safe, knowing the water in your tap and in your ocean aren't properly clean. Although your beaches aren't the cleanest, you can be assured your household will be with EcoWater."
The article mentions that The Great Lakes region had the highest violation rate of beach water standards: 10 percent of samples in 2012. It goes on to note that "The Delmarva region had the lowest rate: three percent of samples violated standards. In between were the Gulf Coast [eight percent], Western states [seven percent], New York-New Jersey coast [six percent], New England [five percent] and the Southeast [four percent]." The report highlights the individual states with the highest violation rates of reported samples last year, including Ohio at 21 percent and Wisconsin at 14 percent.
The experts at EcoWater implore vacationers traveling to the beach to consult the report for a five-star rating guide to 200 of the nation's popular beaches, evaluating them for water quality plus regular testing and prompt public notification. The report adds, "Thirteen beaches earned a five-star superstar rating, whereas there were 11 repeat offenders for chronically high bacteria counts." To avoid polluted beaches, the international company recommends choosing beaches near open waters or away from urban areas, for better water circulation.
"Don't swim near pipes that drain storm-water runoff into the ocean," said a staff member. The article also advises individuals not to swim for at least 24 hours after heavy rains, which can wash pollution into beach water. EcoWater reviews the report to encourage travelers to shower with soap and water, should they suspect they were exposed to contaminated water.
EcoWater reviews a high commitment to eco responsibility - from the design and production process to manufacturing the most efficient softener on the market today. The professionals extend their commitment and responsibility to more than just water, urging individuals to follow an integrated approach to recycling and waste management. The international company specializes as one of the world's leading providers of water purification systems and services.