What's wrong with your water?
And what can you do to fix it?
The American water supply is one of the safest on the planet, thanks in part to the federal Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974. For over 20 years, we have turned on the tap and identified that the water was safe to drink. But is it safe enough? Not according to these statistics. One in five Americans drinks water that violates federal heath standards. About 25% of communities provide water that contains excessive levels of biological, chemical or radioactive contaminants. Of all of the nation's major water utilities, 90% do not use available
We have been unintentionally injecting chemical contaminants into our waterways for several decades; this has made acquiring pure home water near impossible. Thousands of these toxic chemicals are in our reservoirs, and of these, at least 2,100 have been identified as cancer-causing. Chlorine is the worst of these carcinogens, because you absolutely cannot avoid it.
The water you drink from the faucet in your home has been run through the disinfection process at the waste water treatment center. What they are using can hardly be considered as modern pure water technology. The equipment they use is archaic and primitive. Water treatment facilities cannot provide your family with pure home water, because the equipment use was designed to remove contaminants long before chemical contamination had become a problem. What there system was built for was removing sand, silt, and other particles from water. Not radioactive impurities.
Now, demineralization is definitely not pure water technology, although it does serve an important purpose. The problem is that using a filter incapable of eliminating chemical contaminants or microscopic parasites is not ideal. A major overhaul is necessary, but there is simply not enough money to to do it.
There is only one way to personally guarantee the water you're drinking is pure. You need to install a high quality...