Philadelphia, PA- September 28, 2012
During a period where more of the public is concerned about eating healthy and natural foods, water quality has become an increasing concern. Today we released a special report
outlining the problem with much of the tap water being consumed by the public today.
The report summarizes investigative studies conducted by news organizations and reports by the Environmental Protection Agency that raises concerns about the safety of water
entering our homes. The Safe Water Drinking Act only regulates only 99 of 60,000 potential contaminants, the report continues. Reputable news organizations are referenced in the report such as The New York Times and its article “Tap Water Is Legal But May Be Unhealthy.”
The purpose of this report is to reveal the real truth behind drinking safer water. You owe it to yourself and your family to fully understand the inherent risks in drinking ordinary tap water. There are some immediate actions you can take to help insure your health and the health of your family.
You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to learn about quality of your drinking water. This is as important as understanding the quality of food you consume on a daily basis. Read it and pass along.