Duluth is a port city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the county seat of St. Louis County. Duluth has a population of 85,618, making it Minnesota's fourth-largest city and the center of Minnesota's second-largest metropolitan area, with a population of 278,799. Duluth forms a metropolitan area with neighboring Superior, Wisconsin; together, they are called the Twin Ports. The city is named for Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, the area's first known European explorer.

Situated on the north shore of Lake Superior at the westernmost point of the Great Lakes, Duluth is the largest metropolitan area (and second-largest city) on the lake and is accessible to the Atlantic Ocean 2,300 miles away via the Great Lakes Waterway and St. Lawrence Seaway. The Port of Duluth is the world's farthest inland port accessible to oceangoing ships and by far the largest and busiest port on the Great Lakes. The port is ranked among the top 20 ports in the United States by tonnage. Commodities shipped from the Port of Duluth include coal, iron ore, grain, limestone, cement, salt, wood pulp, steel coil, and wind turbine components.

If you look through a clear glass filled with the water from your tap you will probably see the clear liquid. Your water can look pretty clean and safe for drinking but is it? If the water you're drinking is not adequately filtered or purified, then there is a big chance that it contains bacteria or some other contaminants that are not visible to the naked eye.

Viruses, bacteria, and microorganisms will cause disease and health problems. Bacteria and viruses are much more common in well water compared to water that's coming from a municipal source. But when it comes to water from municipal sources there could be viruses or bacteria in the storage tanks or pipes. Parasites, viruses, and bacteria are invisible, you can not smell or taste them but they are a huge danger to our health. The only way to find out if your water contains bacteria is to get it tested. Even if you have a good and healthy immune system that's not enough to protect you from the bad things that bacteria in your water supply can cause you.

To protect yourself from these viruses and bacteria in water, the best way is to buy an adequate water filtration system to protect your water from viruses and bacteria.

You can remove bacteria and viruses from your water using ultrafiltration membrane technology. It is the best way to remove bacteria and viruses from your water. It will disinfect and purify your water so it's safe to drink and use and will give it a great taste. This system removes 99.9% of viruses, bacteria, and other contaminants in the water.

Ultraviolet purification will kill bacteria but it will not remove them from the water. Bacterial remnants will still be present in the water and another downside of this system is that it uses a lot of electricity.

You can use absolute charged nanofiber filters to remove 99.99% of all contaminants in water, both small and large.

Reverse osmosis systems can remove bacteria but they are rarely certified to do so.