reservior of Yosemite National Park.
SF is the owner of Hetch Hetchy.
SF is safer to drink then bottled water.
Helen Yuen, Open Home Professionals (415) 583-3535
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now they use chloramine
Chloramines, like chlorine, are toxic to fish and amphibians at levels used for drinking water. Unlike chlorine, chloramines do not rapidly dissipate on standing. Neither do they dissipate by boiling. Fish owners must neutralize or remove chloramines from water used in aquariums or ponds. Treatment products are readily available at aquarium supply stores. Chloramines react with certain types of rubber hoses and gaskets, such as those on washing machines and hot water heaters. Black or greasy particles may appear as these materials degrade. Replacement materials are commonly available at hardware and plumber supply stores.
It's consistently rated as some of the cleanest tap water in the entire world: http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/sfs-tap-water-among-c
Plus San Francisco's plumbing unions only use copper pipes in homes. Copper provides the highest water quality, is extremely durable, and is completely biostatic.
Sure, the public water supply may be perfectly healthy, but if it does not taste good, no one will drink it....and the mountain of plastic bottles continues to grow.
Thank goodness Brita is available everwhere.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
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