Remove Pesticides From Water
How to Remove Pesticides from Water.
Ecologist Helps Consumers Achieve Healthy Water
In its annual report, the President’s Cancer Panel is recommending that people use home water filters to decrease exposure to cancer-causing agents. In addition to carcinogens public water supplies may contain pesticides. Sweetwater, LLC, a provider of water purification systems, aids people in selecting the appropriate water purification system for their home.
(PRWEB) June 23, 2010 – According to the President’s Cancer Panel public water supplies contain dangerous carcinogens. The panel recommends that consumers use a home water filter to avoid exposure to the carcinogenic byproducts of chlorination. In addition to these carcinogens many public water systems also contain low levels of pesticides in water. Drinking or bathing in these chemicals can have serious long term health effects. Sweetwater, LLC, a provider of water purification systems, helps consumers select the water purification system that meets their particular needs.
James P. McMahon, ecologist and owner of Sweetwater, LLC, provides a comprehensive collection of articles which document the dangers lurking in public water supplies. Sweetwater’s Resource Library is intended a tool for consumers to use when researching the type of water purification system that will meet their needs. The library provides a variety of authentic sources on topics such as the link between pesticides and lymphoma. The entire report of the President’s Cancer Panel can be found in Sweetwater’s Resource Library.
“For people living in the Midwest or in the agricultural areas of California, Oregon, or Washington I recommend a whole house water purification system such as my Urban Defender to remove pesticides from water.”
“This is the time of year when people are exposed to the highest levels of pesticides in water. It is extremely important that people take the necessary precautions to protect themselves, and especially their children, from the long term effects of these exposures,” said McMahon.
“I’ve provided numerous tools to help people make these decisions. Key among these is my ‘Ultimate Guide to Selecting the Perfect Water Treatment System’. By using my Ultimate Guide an individual can evaluate the water treatments they need to solve the problems in their own home,” added McMahon.
“When people call me I always review their water report and make a recommendation on which system will address the contaminants in their water. That’s really the only way to be sure you are choosing the system that will provide you with healthy water for your family.”
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