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bobsky78 April 12, 2014 at 09:31 PM
Hey Liz. Aren't you the one who isn't afraid to take on big business?? Have you been noticing what Read Morethe oil companies been doing to "we, the people" lately?? Go after the big businesses and leave "we, the people" alone.
Derrick Julien April 15, 2014 at 07:19 PM
boiling brings out the nutrients if you leave it out for 24 hours or sit in fridge the fluorine can Read Moreevaporate.
Linda McGrath April 15, 2014 at 08:42 PM
Thanks for all the responses! I'm fairly new to Salem and didn't know if this was a common problem. Read MoreThe tap water smells more strongly at times and then seems to fade for awhile. I think I'll switch to bottled water. I assume the water is from the same reservoir for all parts of Salem?
Jesus Christ April 15, 2014 at 10:01 PM
Evocative names and labels depicting pastoral scenes have convinced us that the liquid is theRead Morepurest drink around. “But no one should think that bottled water is better regulated, better protected or safer than tap. Yes, some bottled water comes from sparkling springs and other pristine sources. But more than 25 percent of it comes from a municipal supply. The water is treated, purified and sold to us, often at a thousandfold increase in price. Most people are surprised to learn that they’re drinking glorified tap water, but bottlers aren’t required to list the source on the label. This year Aquafina will begin stating on labels that its H2O comes from public water sources. And Nestlé Pure Life bottles will indicate whether the water comes from public, private or deep well sources. Dasani acknowledges on its website, but not on the label itself, that it draws from local water.
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