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Tap water and Water Filtration Systems
Tap water and Water Filtration Systems

The main chemical problems with tap water are: Chlorine Fluoride Other contaminants (PCBs, arsenic, THMs, and heavy metals) Let’s examine the fluoride problem first: In 1973, British Columbia was considering mandatory fluoridation. They gave the job of researching and ...

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