Continuing Education About Water Quality

Friday, September 26, 2014 - by Water2Drink

If you are educating yourself about your water supply, and want to know how the government is helping to protect you, we have new information on our website that may assist you in your research.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets limits on the levels of certain contaminants in drinking water.  In addition to the limits, the EPA sets testing schedules and methods of testing that water systems must follow.  These are implemented by most states and territories that oversee the water systems in their locations. 
Water2Drink has added a link to the EPA document, "National Primary Drinking Water Regulations," which serves as a useful summary of primary and secondary drinking water regulations. This list also includes a description of how each contaminant can negatively affect health and where the contaminant comes from. 
If you would like more information about the EPA’s current drinking water regulations and what the regulations address, you can visit the “Current Drinking Water Regulations” page on the EPA website for more information and links.
Knowledge is power.  Educate yourself on the quality of your water and use a quality point-of-use water filtration system, and you will be able to provide your family with the healthiest water possible.

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