Preventing Waterborne Disease, Bacteria, Viruses and Cysts

Waterborne Disease is easily transmitted when contaminated water is used for any of the following purposes: drinking, making ice cubes, washing uncooked fruits and vegetables, making baby formula, brushing teeth and washing dentures or contact lenses.

Click here for 10 steps to take when faced with suspect drinking water.

Common Methods of Water Purification

With all the different methods of water purification available, how do you decide which is right for you? Hopefully we can help.

Click here for more information about common methods of water purification and water treatment geared towards travel, outdoor sport and emergency preparedness.

Common Waterborne Disease, Bacteria, Viruses and Cysts

Common waterborne disease includes a long list of bacteria, viruses, and cysts. You may have heard of Travellers’ Diarrhea and E. coli, but what about Campylobacter? And did you know Hepatitus E is a waterborne disease?

Click here to read more about the most common types of waterborne disease.