Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 11, 2012
Many people are concerned about the safety of their drinking water and want to learn how to make clean drinking water, explains the current Absolute Rights newsletter, because the Environmental Working Group revealed in their 2009 analysis of water utility tests that there are at least 74 million Americans in 42 states who are drinking chromium and metal polluted tap water.
The “Erin Brockovich” movie was based on a real story about where cancer was linked to hexavalent chromium contaminated tap water, remarks the current Absolute Rights newsletter. Many people want to learn how to make clean water, because of information that has come to light about contaminates in tap water, reveals the Absolute Rights recent newsletter.
To read more information, studies, and research plus learn why it is important to learn how to clean water, click here on how to clean drinking water, which is a question that the current Absolute Rights newsletter team constantly receives. Since so many people inquiry about how to make clean water when information is published in current Absolute Rights newsletters, the Absolute Rights team created and published the “170 Gallons A Day” eBook to provide requested homemade water filtration information..
The current Absolute Rights newsletter reports that the Natural Resources Defense Council says, "Drinking water plants are old and out of date‚ and water supplies are increasingly threatened and contaminated by chemicals and microorganisms." The former chief of the U.S. EPA Carol Browner adds, "The way we guarantee safe drinking water is broken and needs to be fixed.," is reported in the recent Absolute Rights newsletter. Dr. David Ozonoff of the Boston University Of Public Health who is a contaminated water authority, warns people that‚ "The risk of disease associated with public drinking water has passed from the theoretical to the real," reveals the current Absolute Rights newsletter.
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