Article Says an Outdoor Whole House Water Filter Could Save Your Life

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The risks taken with water supplies are increasing, leading Absolute Rights to publish a Special Report on the matter.

"170 Gallons A Day" eBook How Is Water Cleaned AbsoluteRights.com

"170 Gallons A Day" eBook How Is Water Cleaned AbsoluteRights.com

Some sort of cleaning system, from an outdoor whole house water filter to a personal emergency filtration device, is becoming a necessity instead of just convenience.

There are risks in not using an outdoor whole house water filter, but a recent Absolute Rights article stated that people can make any home’s supply safe by learning how to clean water with the Special Report “170 Gallons a Day.”

The report shows how any water—even urine—can be cleaned to a safe and potable standard. It was released to do a service to those living in constant exposure to water that may be contaminated, in a bureaucratic world of legislative red tape that makes changing the regulations of community water systems or the Environmental Protection Agency a difficult process.

The article cites the case of North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune, a Marine Corps Base that delivered contaminated water to active duty personnel, dependents and civilian employees for a period of years before any acts to stop it began. The father of a 9-year-old who died in 1985 from cancer thought to be caused by Benzene, trichloroethylene and other Lejeune water contaminants, will testify before a senate committee regarding Marine attempts to suppress information. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry has been on the case since 2005, but the Marines have requested a redaction of information from the scientific reports due to be released later this year, said the article.

The condition of home water is worsening, with consistent quality issues and few effective solutions. Some sort of cleaning system, from an outdoor whole house water filter to a personal emergency filtration device, is becoming a necessity instead of just a convenience, suggested the article.

“170 Gallons a Day” is said to provide a workable strategy and a proven plan that can be put into action immediately. There are real, costly mistakes that people make when trying to filter their own water, said the article, and it mentioned avoiding that risk with the information inside the report.

Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps them claim and protect them from certain imposing entities. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community.

The ability to provide up to 170 gallons, almost an unlimited supply, for storage and immediate usage is invaluable. Share this information with loved ones, and get a copy of the report at http://www.170gallonsaday.com/.

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