THE DRINKING WATER BOOK takes a level-headed look at the serious issues surrounding America's drinking water supply. Unlike water purifier manufacturers and public health officials, Ingram presents unbiased reporting on what's in your water and how to drink safely. Featuring all the latest scientific research, the book evaluates the different kinds of filters and bottled waters and rates specific products on the market.aAAc The completely revised comprehensive guide to making tap and bottled water safer, covering the toxins in our water, how to test for them, and how to get rid of them.aAAc Honestly and thoroughly tackles a subject vital to ongoing environmental, health, and safety concerns.aAAc Shows how to avoid bogus safety tests, scams, and unnecessary expenditures.aAAc Details which toxins aren't regulated by federal and state water standards. From the Trade Paperback edition.If an inexpensive, pour-through carbon filter is kept on hand, you can use it to remove the chlorine or iodine from ... But if you dona#39;t have electricity (often the case in an emergency), youa#39;d need a nonelectric distiller. ... If you are out of water , remember there is a reservoir of 30 to 60 gallons in your hot water heater; there is a drain valve at the bottom of all water heaters, but before you drain a water heater, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Drinking Water Book|
|Publisher||:||Celestial Arts - 2011-06-08|