• 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 ...

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    • How Water Softeners Work

      The Pro Water Solutions website has demonstrated some of the problems associated with hard water — you avoid these problems by using a water softener to treat the water coming into your house. Where ...

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    • Tap Water Vs. Bottled Water

      Global sales The global bottled water market valuation grew by 7% in 2006 to reach a value of $60,938.1 million. The volume of bottled water grew by 8.1% in 2006 to 115,393.5 million liters. In 2011, ...

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    • Chlorine and Your Shower

      “Taking long hot showers is a health risk, according to research presented last week in Anaheim California, at a meeting of the American Chemical Society–and to a lesser extent baths–lead to a greater ...

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    • Water: Hair and Skin Facts

      Condition: Hard Water Over 95% of the population in the Los Angeles area, according to the Water Quality Association, are bathing and showering with hard water. While hard water is fine for drinking, ...

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