Tap Water Know what you are Drinking

I just heard on VOCM that, the Town of Gander will be adding Chloramine, to the WATER SUPPLY. WHAT??

Here is the Town’s Fact Sheet. 

This is their definition of What are chloramines? “Chloramines are disinfectants added to the water for public health protection. Chloramines are most commonly formed when ammonia is added to chlorine to treat drinking water. Chloramines provide long-lasting protection as they do not break down quickly in water pipes.

Yet are they giving you all the INFO. NO!

So I Googled “Chloramine Facts”

And this is the first site, and you have to read it to get a FULL idea or what Chloramine is, how it works, what the health problems there are. There is truly to much info to share here.   http://www.chloramine.org/chloraminefacts.htm

More Info.
What’s In Your Water? Chloramine.

This is your Water supply and your LIVES.
Get this Wrong and you are GONE!

Call your own Town office and Ask them if Chloramine is being used in your water supply share your concerns, and tell them you want a Home Water Filter, instead.

If they will not help you, Help yourself, and get a Home Water Filter System Like iSpring RCC7AK

Built in USA, WQA Certified Reverse Osmosis 6 Stages 75GPD Under Sink Water Filter w/ Alkaline stage, Clear Housing, Designer Faucet

Protect your Home and Family!

PS: If you can not install, or find a local installer, contact me! I can install units, and have water filtration units. One on the main supply, and one just for drinking water, in my home 🙂 The filters are changed every 3-4 months in about 10 mins.

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