Home Owners Urged to take Control of their Water

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Sureaqua, portable water filter company, have launched part two of their article series, "Be Water Self Efficient" urging readers to entertain the idea of home water storage in order to combat water scarcity and toxicity.

Water scarcity and toxicity are forcing tax payers to consider home water storage systems.

...urging citizens to entertain ways in which they can take control of their water supplies...

Action is being taken by government and local authorities and municipalities to combat water scarcity, however it's not only up to officials.

Sureaqua, portable water filter company is urging citizens to entertain ways in which they can take control of their water supplies. With increasing concern over water scarcity and water fluoridation, a new article by Sureaqua, "Be Self Sufficient Part 2: Home Water Storage" points out the advantages of installing a home water storage system.

"Being in the current situation that we are, I think that there will be many people considering home water storage, and many who already use it," said Robert Domanko, Founder and Director of Sureaqua.

As discussed in part 1 of the series, "Be Water Self Sufficient Part 1: Water Restrictions" the price that Americans pay for water is rising faster than inflation. Water tanks and wells are the main topic of conversation in part 2, and are both presented as effective ways to save money on expensive water bills, as well as ways to control the fluoride levels in your water.

"Water prices are on the rise, as well as water scarcity in many communities. Not only will home water storage keep your water supply up, but will also allow you control over what goes into your water," continued Mr. Domanko.

With the rise in concern over the fluoridation of drinking water in the United States, more people are choosing to turn their backs on what is most popularly known for teeth decay prevention. The filtration of home water storage is entirely dependent on the home owner, bypassing concerns over water toxicity and water scarcity.

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