Tap Water, is it Okay?

When it comes to staying hydrated, quick access to water certainly helps the task! One of the most accessible sources would be tap water found around your home, but how safe is it? In this article, we’ll discuss tap water in the United States and whether it’s safe for you to drink!

According to the Center of Disease Control (CDC) the drinking water in the United States is one of the safest in the world. That said, tap water systems are locally sourced around your area which for some households come from private wells that are not regulated. In the US the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates tap water and what’s inside of it.

Inside tap water are multiple minerals and containments that are deemed safe for human consumption. Some include fluoride which is shown to prevent tooth decay, disinfectants like chlorine to kill germs, and minerals for health such as potassium and iron. The quantity of these minerals can differ between areas which is the primary cause of different tasting tap water. If anything happens to your local water supply that can compromise health, health authorities will send notifications in cases such as contaminates so watch out for those!

We hope you found this information on tap water helpful in your day to day life! At WAATR, we are committed to a sustainable solution to providing clean and safe water to people across the globe. With our science backed and innovative water caps and bottles, you can have confidence the water you drink from us is safe, clean, and premium!

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