What you need to know about Bottled Water

It is always interesting to hear people argue about bottled waters. There are plenty good reasons to drink Bottled water, especially if it is HappyWater. The filters HappyWater uses can filter out minute traces of bacteria and viruses and gives people an extremely clean water source. There is a reason that almost all soft drink manufacturer use reverse-osmosis systems to purify the water even though they could also use Tap Water. The issue is that tap water can easily be contaminated because it is very hard to control the logistics of transporting the water to the consumer. Of course most Municipality water processing Plants are producing clean water, but after it leaves the plant it goes through a huge network of underground pipes that are constructed many years ago. Some pipes are 20 to 40 years old and can be made from anything reaching from concrete, iron, even led. In some cases the water was flowing through 50km or more of pipes until it arrive at the consumer’s house. In the process it collected up hundreds of particles, some are harmless but others are very bad. Of course the consumer could but a water analyzing set to find out what contaminants are in the water and test each morning because every day there is a potential that a pipe busts and something enters the supply. Even if you get a simple particle counter then you will find out that your tap water has between 50 and 200 particles when it arrives on your tap. It is actually interesting because the cleaner the water enters the pipe system the more contaminates it can collect.

It is interesting to see what minerals toxins are within allowed limits of most western water supplies. You can check with the Environmental Protection Agency to see what contaminates are allowed in your area, it is alarming on what is allowed to be in the tap water. Sure most are small amounts but considering that we should drink about 3 Liter Water a day then we drink over 1000 liter a year. According to most regulations, you could drink some 10mg of Arsenic, 7 billion Asbestos fibers, 4 Liter of Fluoride or up to 1 Liter of Chloride and it would be OK according to most public standards. It could even be that new substances like hormones and other pharmaceutical substances are not even on the list.

Bottled water, such as HappyWater is tightly regulated in Malaysia and it is filled in the controlled environment of factories after it is purified. This means that the water is in its pure state and delivered to the consumer directly. This way no contaminants can be collected and the consumer can drink the water as pure as it was filled into the bottle. Purified Bottled Water is treated in the same manner as a soft drink or juice you buy in the shop. Imagine if your cola or orange juice would flow through 50km of pipes before it enters your glass. Many people seem to say that purified bottled water has no more minerals and vitamins. Well this is correct, all these harmful substances are filtered out and the water is really pure. Especially in our time of age, our diet is quite diverse and we get more than the daily needs of minerals from our food. It is good to drink pure water that can actually flush out the harmful and excess minerals from the kidneys that we get every day from out food and environment.

Mostly it is all common sense, when did you drink the last time from a well or spring without imagining that there is maybe a pig farm or other polluting factory around the corner. It is unfortunate but our planet is more polluted every day and the rain is transporting these pollution’s even into the remotest areas of the world. This is why also most Mineral water is not a sure candidate to get clean water. Mineral waters are unfiltered and are bottled the way it came out of the well. Therefore Filtered Bottled Water is the only sure way to get clean controlled water to the consumer.

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