What you should know about Drinking Water
Contaminants can cause city water to taste bad, and are linked to a wide variety of health issues.
The EPA regulates municipal drinking water quality for the presence of around 90 toxins, setting maximum safety levels for drinking water contaminants like arsenic, fluoride, nitrates, and lead in city water. Unfortunately, even very small concentrations can compromise drinking water quality, causing health problems such as kidney and liver damage, learning disabilities and nervous system damage in those with compromised immune systems. In addition, more than 84,000 chemicals in the US*, such as prescription medications and the rocket fuel perchlorate, are not regulated in water by the EPA, and therefore are not tested to ensure drinking water quality. Contaminants and toxins are not detectable in drinking water, but can put the health of your family at risk.
*Jackson, Lisa (Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency). Testimony to the Senate, Committee on Environment and Public Works, February 2, 2011. http://www.epa.gov/ocir/hearings/testimony/112_2011_2012/2011_0202_lpj.pdf
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