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Why Filtered Water is the Healthier Choice

The world is becoming a more polluted place to live in year by year. This has led many people to look for ways to reduce their exposure to harmful chemicals so that they can remain healthy. The easiest way to do this is by drinking filtered tap water instead of unfiltered tap water or bottled water. 

Filtered water is clean.

Filtered tap water is free of contaminants and chemicals, which may be present in unfiltered tap water or bottled water. Bottled water can contain chemicals such as bisphenol A (BPA), phthalates and mercury that are unsafe for human consumption.

As a result of these risks and more, filtered tap water provides the safest option for your health: it’s cleaner than bottled options because it’s regulated by local jurisdictions rather than private companies; it has lower levels of heavy metals like lead; it doesn’t contain any plastic bottles that could leak chemicals into your system over time; and since you’re using less plastic overall when using filtered instead of bottled water, this means less carbon dioxide emissions into our atmosphere. 

Filtered water is actually safer than bottled water

You might think bottled water is safer than tap, but the truth is that it’s not. Bottled water doesn’t have to meet the same standards as tap water, and it can be contaminated with bacteria and other harmful substances. Tap water is tested more frequently than bottled, and regulated by local governments. There are also some chemicals in plastic bottles that could leach into your drink over time, and these chemicals aren’t good for you! 

Plastic bottle chemicals can leach into your drinking water.

One of the biggest health concerns about plastic bottles is that they can leach chemicals into your drinking water. These chemicals include bisphenol A (BPA), a synthetic estrogen that’s been linked to breast cancer, infertility, obesity, birth defects and diabetes. In fact, research from Harvard University found that people who drank from plastic bottles had higher levels of BPA in their urine than those who drank from glass or metal containers.

The good news? Filtered water removes these harmful toxins so you can enjoy hydration without worrying about what might be lurking in your drink! 

BPA is a chemical that is found in some plastics, and it can be absorbed by drinking water from a plastic bottle.

BPA is a chemical that’s used to make plastics. It can leach into your drinking water from plastic bottles, or even just the lining of the bottle itself. The amount of BPA that enters your body depends on how long you leave it sitting in there for, if you drink it right away, the exposure will be much lower than if you let it sit for hours at room temperature or in the sun.  

Get a filter on your tap and use a reusable bottle instead of plastic bottles.

Plastic bottles are ubiquitous and cheap, which is why they’re so popular, but they’re also incredibly harmful to the environment. They take hundreds of years to break down once discarded.

Not only do these bottles contribute to littering and pollution problems worldwide, they also contain chemicals that leach into your drink when exposed to sunlight (which means those clear plastic containers aren’t so clear anymore).

Drinking from a reusable water isn’t just better for your health and the environment, but it also keeps your drink colder for a longer time, so if you’re planning to have a day out in the sun, then a reusable bottle is the best option for you.  

Filtered water is a better choice for your health and environment.

Filtered water is cleaner, safer and healthier because it contains fewer contaminants than unfiltered tap water or bottles water. Unfiltered tap water can contain lead, arsenic, mercury and other chemicals that are harmful to human health. Filtered water also tastes better than bottled water, because you’re getting the cleanest, purest water.

Filtered water is also better for the environment than bottled water. It takes a lot of resources to produce plastic bottles, which are usually thrown away after one use. Filtered water can be put in reusable bottles at home or to bring with you, it’s more efficient and better for the planet. 


When you look at the facts, it’s clear that filtered water is the healthier choice. The benefits of drinking filtered water are numerous and include better taste, fewer contaminants and less waste from plastic bottles. So contact our team today to get a filter for your home or office!

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