Beyond Safe Water
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Is Your Drinking Water Safe and Health Enhancing?
Tap water is channeled into homes after being treated by water treatment plants that use basic filtration and chlorine to eliminate microbes and contaminants from polluted water. This kills harmful germs and bacteria. As such, drinking chlorinated water has been associated with a variety of diseases including heart, liver and bladder problems, cancer, skin allergies and arteriosclerosis.
Boiling Chlorinated Water Can Be Harmful To Health
Boiling water does not get rid of chlorine, it just turns it into Trihalomethane (THM) - an even more dangerous carcinogen!
US Environmental Protection Agency
"People who drink water containing Trihalomethane (THM) in excess standard over many years may experience problems with their liver, kidneys or central nervous system, and may have an increased risk of getting cancer."
The Nader Report, Troubled Water on Tap, Center for Study of Responsive Law
"A Study has shown that exposure to chlorine is 100x greater in shower and bath than through drinking water."
Why Water Filter Is Important?
Even if tap water is safe to drink when it leaves the treatment facilities, it picks up secondary contamination from the pipes on the way to your faucet. Contaminants include: rust and heavy metals, among these, lead being the most hazardous. If at home, your water runs yellow or brown when first sued in the morning, the water is likely being contaminated by corrosion.
(Some flats in Singapore are > 40 years old and the pipings have never been changed! That's why when you drink water, there is a rusty taste in your mouth because the water is not pure during to many factors listed above.)
Additional cartridge sold separately.
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