Our Lead Problem – Part 2

In our last blog post, we looked at the seriousness of the lead problem in America today. It is neither a problem of the past nor relegated to lower income areas. Lead-containing water lines can be found all over our great nation including in the Denver Metro area....

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Our Lead Problem – Part 2

In our last blog post, we looked at the seriousness of the lead problem in America today. It is neither a problem of the past nor relegated to lower income areas. Lead-containing water lines can be found all over our great nation including in the Denver Metro area....

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Our Lead Problem – Part 1

It’s hard to believe that it has already been over 5 years since Flint, Michigan’s water crisis began. It began on April 25th, 2014 when Flint officials switched the city’s water supply from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Karegnondi Water Authority....

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A Time To Be Grateful

We live in an amazing country, don’t we? Your first thought might be: it doesn’t always feel that way. I know how easy it is to focus on the negative – the divisions, the hate, the politics that seem to seep into our everyday lives. News outlets and social media can...

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The Plumbing Disasters of Celebrities

It’s been said there are two absolutes in life: death and taxes. However, you could probably throw another one in there: plumbing problems. It seems no one is immune from these issues, even internationally famous people. According to a recent Daily Beast article,...

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The Historical Figures You’ve Never Heard Of

We’ve all heard of Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison, but have you ever heard of Harvey Hubbell? No? What about Willis Carrier? How about Hedy Lamarr? You may have heard the name Alexander Fleming at some point. Who are these people? Harvey Hubbell is the inventor of...

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Digging Deeper to Solve Problems

Psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, shrink, therapist – whatever you call them, those specializing in the mental health field have quite the job. While they listen to people’s problems (depression, anxiety, anger, poor communication, low self-esteem, etc.), they know there...

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National Hug a Plumber Day!

I’m always intrigued when I look up “National Days” on Google. If you are ever bored or need a laugh or two, check out what is being celebrated each day. Did you know that in the month of April so far we have celebrated National Chocolate Mousse Day (4/3), National...

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