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Since the 1940’s, most Americans have been told of the health benefits of adding Fluoride to our water, our toothpastes and to “gargle and spit” while at the dentist. However, recent studies by the world’s oldest and prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, have officially classified...

Lead in water is not only a problem for residents of Flint, Michigan or Washington, DC, it effects everyone. In August of 2018, water tests revealed that students at 90 Montgomery County, MD public schools & 19 public schools in Anne Arundel County may have been...

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and comes from the natural breakdown or radioactive decay of uranium. It is usually found in igneous rock and soil, however well water may also be a source of radon. Radon is measured in Pico Curies per Liter (pCi/L). The...

Last week National Water had the privileged of hosting the HocoBots, a group of talented 5th-8th graders from Howard County, Maryland. The HocoBots are a seven-member FLL team based out of Howard County and study in FQMS, MVMS, and MWES. Some of its members have been...

Groundwater or well water is water that can be found under the earth’s surface, stored in the cracks and spaces between particles of soil, sand and rock. Well water may naturally contain many different impurities including, but not limited to, bacteria, sediment, radon, coliform, e-coli...

At National Water our technicians must be prepared for any situation, including turning a service visit into a sales appointment. Every Tuesday morning we hold continuing education meetings so that our techs are up to date on the latest water treatment/filtration/purification and well pumps in...

One of the most commonly used, but misunderstood, Water Treatment systems is a Chemical (Chem) Feeder. A Chem Feeder is among the most effective, versatile, and cost-efficient water One of the most commonly used but misunderstood water treatment systems is a Chemical Feeder. A Chemical...

Reverse Osmosis, commonly referred to as RO, by definition, is a technology that is used to remove a large majority of contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. A Reverse Osmosis water treatment system  is capable of removing up to 99%...

For over 30 years, National Water Service has been serving the entire Mid-Atlantic regions well water, well pump and water treatment, purification and filtration needs!