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The Truth About methods of Water purification

  • "Bottled water is a temporary solution at best," says Andrew Weil in his 1997 best seller, 8 Weeks to Optimum Health. "Cleanliness is the biggest concern because bacteria can breed quickly in un-chlorinated water. In a recent EPA check of 25 bottling plants, serious problems with cleanliness were found at every one.
  • Unlike municipal drinking water, bottled water is far less regulated. The US Food & Drug Administration, which regulates the bottled water industry, only requires that bottled water be clear and safe for human consumption prior to bottling, without imposing specific water quality requirements. Plus, the final product is not monitored. Several studies have shown that as a result, microbes can grow in the bottles while on grocers' shelves. In addition, because the labeling requirements of bottled water vary from place to place, some bottlers have been found to simply fill their bottles with city drinking water, thus producing "bottled water." (This page was last modified February 27th, 1998. Copyright 1997, City of Charlotte and Meckleburg County Legal Notices).
  • Commercial Announcer: Alaskan Falls, Pure and Sensible. Thompson: (Voiceover)  In fact 25% of all bottled water is tap water, drawn from city water treatment plants, according to Bob Brandy of the International Bottled Water Association.
    "Dateline," March 13, 1998.

 


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