Chemically treated tap water, although obviously potable, has left a bad taste in shoppers' mouths, thus forcing them to find alternative sources of purer water. Many grocers have tossed an inexpensive water-filter life preserver to those shoppers flailing down the river of "too many chemicals." Albeit a quiet media issue when compared to environmental buzzwords like global warming and endangered species, concerns over the available amount of drinkable water are rising. Solutions for that ...

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