Does contamination of water include bacteria? Or is bacteria in the water a good thing? Sometimes it’s not good to have bacteria in the water as it can negative effects on the human body. However new research shows that there’s bacteria in the water that can be good for you. This good bacteria is know as a “live and active” culture’s. Just like the bacteria cultures that exist in yogurt.
Guess whats soon to be illegal in San Francisco? Bottled water! The city is moving to ban bottled water and believes that bottle refill stations are the way to go.
Personally, I just used a bottle refill station for the first time at my gym. It worked great. And before I leave the house I refill my stainless steel water bottle with my home reverse osmosis filtration system.
All this helped me to kick the bottled water habit.
Missouri failed to notify its residents for 18 years that TCE (Trichloroethylene) was spilled by a metal manufacturing plant and had continued to seep its way down into the local aquifer and caused contamination of water in the area next to the metal plant.
Reverse osmosis filtration is the only way to remove (99.8%) TCE from the water. Standard well water purification won’t suffice to remove.
This is a novel idea. Drill wells to research the impact of pollution on the environment to build new water systems for the city. South Bend is looking for contamination of water in the ground. From there, South Bend will build a system to manage VOC’s, pharmaceuticals and other toxins in the water supply. If you’re concerned about these contaminates in the water already reverse osmosis filtration will reduce the contamination by 99.8%
Remember the opening scene from the movie Waterworld when Kevin Costner puts pee into a machine at the top and at the bottom comes out filtered clean water?
Mmm Yummy! Wasn’t that fun to watch?
Ultimately all water on this planet is recycled and no new water is made. This is why it’s very important to filter our drinking water.
There’s an article that addresses this icky issue of recycled water. In the state of Texas there’s a serious water shortage going on. And the best idea to solve this issue it to recycle sewage water into drinking water.
We wanted to provide the safest water possible to our family, so we called Angel Water. They gave us great education about the water issues in our area. They tested our water and explained the systems available on the market that would accomplish our goals. The filter system gives us the water we really wanted.
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