HOW TO REDUCE EXPOSURE OF ARSENIC IN OUR DRINKING WATER

Levels of arsenic in our drinking water can be reduced to meet the standard requirement of EPA, which is 0.10 parts per million. The only surest way to minimize exposure to arsenic in our drinking water is through thorough water treatment. Have your water tested regularly to ensure that the arsenic level does not exceed the required standard level. One can purchase a purification system and have it installed in your water supply system.

If the lab test reveals that your source of water contain arsenic exceeding the EPA standards, it highly recommended that you find another alternative source of drinking water. Also limiting contact with soil in such areas (for example, through the use of dense groundcover or thick lawn) would reduce family exposure to arsenic.  If you use arsenic treated furniture’s, personal protection may be helpful in limiting exposure.

Arsenic is removed from the body mostly through urine. Measuring urinary inorganic arsenic level is the best method of determining presence of arsenic in our bodies.

Water testing ensures that treatment results in a product that meets the federal water guidelines, contact Purity Bay today and get your water tested for free. You will be educated on the effects of the chemicals you drink everyday and learn how to protect yourself from the health problems they can cause. 

The Arsenic in Our Drinking Water – NYTimes.com

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The Arsenic in Our Drinking Water. By DEBORAH BLUM. Elementary school students in Seville, Calif., take a water break. Drinking water Jim Wilson/The New York Times Elementary school students in Seville, Calif., take a water break. Drinking water in many In July, researchers at the University of Chicago found that residents of Bangladesh chronically exposed to arsenic at a mere 19 parts per billion showed signs of reduced lung function. At levels of 120 p.p.b. or 

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WAIVER: Purity Bay, LLC, its staff, dealers and affiliates make no general or specific health or performance claims of any kind. Regardless what occasional contributing writers post on blogs or social media sites this disclaimer applies. Certain technologies are known to do certain things but no one system does all things for all situations. Readers are advised to do their own research for all matters and not rely on this or any one site or advisor. Studies exist at www.WQA.org. Purity Bay makes no claims about your specific water composition, or quality or about any specific solution, savings or benefits. Proper individual testing, evaluation, equipment selection, installation, maintenance and upgrades are required. Plus water and usages change. Purity Bay does not state or imply that any local utility falls short in state or federal standards in addressing general health or water concerns. On the contrary, we claim they do heroic jobs given limited resources and increasing demand on a limited resources that is being polluted more each day. Actual industry positions and studies on savings, benefits, performance, general water conditions and industry codes are available at www. WQA.org. Avoid mistakes. Study your annual utility reports ,ask to see WQA Certifications from anyone advising you. Plus do your own research at www.WQA.org.

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