The main three water contaminants
The three common dangerous chemicals added to water
- Podcast # 87, Water Resources and Autism Sensitivities.
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Watercheck.com: National Water Testing Lab. Search for “Annual Drinking Water Quality Report” and add the name of your city or town that supplies you with water.
The following website has all of the standards, http://www.nsf.org/consumer-resources/what-is-nsf-certification/water-filters-treatment-certification/selecting-a-water-treatment-system
Please also listen to radio show episode #91 on Water Resources and Autism Sensitivities (Part 1).
Listen to my additional podcast interview on healthy water resources with Robert Slovak here.
Robert Slovak’s Biography:
Robert Slovak is a degreed Mechanical and Astronautical engineer, best known as the co-founder, with his brother Jack, of Water Factory Systems in the early 1970’s. He is recognized as one of the key developers of Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology and its numerous applications.
After the sale of his company to a multi-national leader in water technology in 1990, Robert went on to bring his knowledge and experience to Brazil and other underdeveloped nations. During this period Robert maintained his presence in the American water industry as a consultant and regular speaker at water technology conferences.
Since 2006 Robert masterminded and promoted a new paradigm he refers to as “Water & Wellness” in which pure, contaminant-free water is combined with highly effective nutraceutical additives to support the health needs of a wide diversity of the population including prenatal, developing, aging, health-compromised and special-needs.