How Does Your Water Taste?

Friday, December 5, 2014 - by Water2Drink

Recently, residents of Abilene, #Texas, have noticed an unusual taste and/or odor in their drinking water. KTXS12 News reports that, in the city’s news release, the City of Abilene says, “the water is safe to drink.”  If you noticed an unusual taste or odor in your local drinking water, would you be reassured by that statement?
According to the news release from the City of #Abilene, the Water Department staff is experimenting with various solutions to solve the problem, including using “additional treatment chemicals to address the issue.”  While we all have heard that Everything Is Bigger In Texas, is putting more chemicals into the water supply a good thing for consumer health?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets water quality standards for consumer protection.  These standards are for a minimum of public safety, and as a consumer you need to ask yourself if minimum EPA standards are good enough for you and your family.  It should also be noted that the EPA does not enforce #waterquality standards for taste or odor compounds that do not pose a health risk to the public.
The safest, easiest solution is to use a high quality point-of-use Multipure Drinking Water System. sells only #Multipure Drinking Water Systems.  We have found that Multipure’s unique solid carbon block filter provides a wide range of #contaminant reduction that affects both the healthfulness and the aesthetic properties (taste and odor) of water.  Multipure is one of the few companies whose products are tested and certified by NSF International to reduce such a wide array of drinking water contaminants. 
Bigger is not always better.  A small investment in a Multipure Drinking Water System will assure you of cleaner, tastier, and more healthful water. Contact today and let us help you choose the right system for your family.

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