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We have used Plumbers Florida many times in the past. The technicians are always pleasant, professional and do outstanding work. Our last experience was with William who went above and beyond our expectations. His communication skills and advise were spot on. As well as just a really, really nice man!!!
I used a Megahome water distiller to illustrate the differences between distilled water, tap water, and reverse osmosis bottled water. (residue test)
“Yes, Akron adds fluoride as required by the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA requires water utilities such as Akron to deliver water with about 1 part per million of fluoride for dental health. The EPA regulation regarding fluoride addition can be found at Ohio EPA, section C.1.c. Akron’s water naturally has about 0.12 parts per million of fluoride, so Akron has to add about 0.88 parts per million to reach the required 1 part per million level…”
more info @: http://www.akronohio.gov/cms/Water/Plant_Contact/index.html
“In Europe, only Ireland (73%), Poland (1%), Serbia (3%), Spain (11%), and the U.K. (11%) fluoridate any of their water. Most developed countries, including Japan and 97% of the western European population, do not consume fluoridated water. In the U.S., about 70% of public water supplies are fluoridated. This equates to approximately 185 million people, which is over half the number of people drinking artificially fluoridated water worldwide…”
More info @: http://fluoridealert.org/articles/50-reasons/
“Fluoride in drinking water was originally added in the 1940s to prevent tooth decay. Studies have now shown that fluoride causes dental fluorosis in 10% of the population. Even more disturbing than the cosmetic impact that fluoride can have on teeth, research is also linking fluoride to increased risk of cancer (particularly bone cancer)…” More info @: http://all-natural.com/fleffect.html
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