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Hpw can the captured chems be reused given their toxicity? And while this sounds very promising, my understanding is there is zero safe level for these particular toxins so what impact will the remaining 1% continue to have? Seems we need a way to remove 100% from water to achieve truly safe conditions. But yes, this is progress…
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I would be interested in buying a new Brita Water Filter. I wanted to however some were cost prohibited, or ones in a store like Walmart I was skeptical if this good option. So I drink bottle water. Thank you for your research and let me know when goes to public. Pam Biral
Bottled water quality is even less regulated for pollutants than tap water. Tap water has to meet federal and EPA minimum quality guidelines. Bottled water isn’t required to meet the same standards. You’re basically rolling the dice on how much expensive a for-profit company is willing to suffer to clean your water. The answer is usually not a lot. As an example, several bottled water companies like Nestle literally put tap water into a bottle and then pack it for shipping. You would be getting the same tap water but with the yummy addition of micro-plastics
Bottled water might be better than well water or ground water though. It’s best to get well water tested. Again you could potentially avoid a lot of micro-plastics if the well water is safe
Congratulations Shyla – good luck in the dietetic internship.
Getting into the thick of things is such a great education and eye opener.
I Liked the article.. it sounds promising I hope for fast track development.
Thanks for the insight
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