If you have ever been faced with a torrential downpour and flooding later, your community may have trucked in water in water tankers. There is a good chance it was contaminated.
While no one likes to be the bearer of bad news, there is a good chance that any water tankers bringing water into a flooded region where the water treatment plant has been compromised is hauling contaminated water. This may have gone on for months, until the local situation was under control. In the meantime, what about the water you were drinking? Where did it come from?
The answer to that question may disturb you, as often, when water is needed and there is no readily available source to access, truck operators may resort to getting water wherever they can. That “wherever they can” may include dirty streams, wells with questionable aquifer clarity, wastewater from various facilities or other locations where the water was not even initially treated. This really is not too much of a surprise, as even much of the bottled water being sold in America is from the tap and treated with a variety of different methods to supposedly purify it.
Most bottled water is not pure, as the processes used to clean it up fall far short of the kind of clean, fresh water you will get by using water distillers. What is even more disturbing is that there are well over 2,100 contaminants in the drinking water today, and every time you turn on your tap to take a drink, you are swallowing a good number of them. This situation can be dealt with quite easily by investing in water distillers or by installing water distillation systems in your home and office.
If you have concerns about any water you get from a tanker during an emergency situation, if you have a water distiller on hand, you can use it and ensure the water you are drinking and serving your family is also fresh and safe. The world is a different place than it used to be years ago and many of our water sources are filled with undesirable “no seeums” swimming in it that may cause us harm and/or make us very ill.
Considering that we are paying to have our water treated, water quality should be a concern for everyone. It is a life giving, life-sustaining fluid and if it is contaminated, we are paying for water that might ultimately cause us to be seriously ill or kill us; a bizarre situation to say the least. You have a way to control the safety and freshness of the water that you are drinking by investing in water distillers.