Once Upon-A-Time No One Ever Questioned
The Quality Of Our Drinking Water…
Our lakes, rivers and streams were crystal clear and drinking water was safe to drink. But this was before the industrial revolution, expanded population growth and urbanization of our cities and towns.
Today, drinking water quality is on everyone’s mind because contaminants from waste sites, factories, leaking fuel storage tanks and run-off from farming chemicals have seriously threatened our water supply.
Municipal water treatment plants add chlorine to make certain our water supply is safe. Other contaminants, however, such as lead and asbestos can be introduced to water in pipelines that supply water to your house.
For these reasons, many concerned individuals have turned to in-homewater treatment systems for safe and more healthful drinking water for their use and enjoyment.
If you think bottled water is the answer,
Many individuals are buying bottled water because they are concerned about drinking water quality. Bottled water is expensive, and it’s very inconvenient. Water produced by RO systems cost pennies a gallon, compared to several dollars or more for bottled water.