The Importance Of Bottled Water

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Time Magazine, had reported that “over 4,000 chemicals have been found in our drinking water.”
This may not seem serious but it is Water quality is sometimes unseen ,it is a serious isse yet often ignord but it can have a strong impact on our livivly hood , most people are convenced that bottle water is the best solution .however that may not be the case .the most common bottes waters are Fiji® Bottled Water Dasani share the same common traits. In a recent article entitled

Much of bottled water's popularity comes from the perception that it tastes better. However, in blind taste tests, people cannot tell bottled water from tap water and, in some cases, prefer water from the tap. For a small scale experiment on this

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Mnay people buy bottle water , it is said to be the cleanest water available .Many people are conventenced that bottle water is free of chemicals l,although that may nto be the case , there have ben studies that are created to test bottle water and tap , to observe the difference bacteria that one may carry or both waters .

This report will show how the chemicals can change the water quantity. We will aso observe the effects that chemicals have on ground water .a half of the world is depended on ground water . contamination occurs when man-made products such as gasoline, oil, road salts and chemicals get into the groundwater and cause it to become unsafe and unfit for human use.
To understand how the chemicals impact the ground water .The lab will consist of three oughhemicals oil vinegar, and laundry detergent.theses are common chemicals that are used daily .Before the lab was conducted I had created hypothese, for each substance Oil hypothesis Groundwater would be separate from the oil which may not contaminate it completely.
Vinegar hypothesis = Groundwater would easily contaminate with vinegar and mixes well together, would be hard to separate the
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Next there are damaging effects that could cause problems with the body such as diarrhea, sickness, or even death. The environment of that whole town would be impacted by the water and animals will also experience the effects of it. “The major concern for surface-water quality is the promotion of algae growth (known as eutrophication), which can result in decreased oxygen levels, fish kills, clogged pipelines, and reduced recreational opportunities.” (Turk & Bensel, 2014).

Human activies can affect the water oil, acid, and detergents to flow into the water supply after .our daily activies are seen as harmless , however when I look at ait we as a society are all involoved in these activies these are common habbits cooking or maintenance on a car withcontaminants such as cooking oil, motor oils, detergents when washing dishes, household cleaning products, detergents for washing clothes, shampoos, toothpaste and just about everything liquid that can be poured down the sink could contaminate the water supply

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