Is Dallas Water Safe to Drink?
Dallas water is full of chemicals, most of which cause cancer.
Drinking unfiltered water from Dallas water sources would be hazardous to your health.
Now let’s dive deeper into Dallas water quality.
Dallas has a total of 37 contaminants analyzed by the Environmental Working Group, a consumer advocacy nonprofit.
13 of these 37 contaminants are rated as exceeding health guidelines.
They include things like Arsenic, Chloroform, and Hexavalent Chromium.
Most of the 37 contaminants pose a risk of Cancer if allowed to stay in your drinking water.
So, What Can You Do?
Information about water quality can be surprising and unsettling.
But there’s no reason to lose hope. There are things you can do today in your household to keep you and your family safe and healthy.
In Your Household:
Use Berkey water filters with activated carbon to filter out 32 of the 37 contaminants, or 86.5 percent, in your drinking water.
You may already have a decent pitcher with activated carbon.
Find out if you do and save money on new and replacement filters when you use the links at waterbadge.com/filters.
Filter Your Whole House’s Water
A whole house filtration system will also filter out 32 of the 37 contaminants, or 86.5 percent, making a Berkey filter a more economical choice.
A few things to note: Whole house systems are much more effective than water pitchers like Brita and PUR.
However, the initial cost is higher and they require installation.
To filter out the highest number of contaminants, use our recommendations on the WaterBadge Filters page:
For a list of the contaminants that can be filtered out by a whole house system, go to:
You deserve to feel safe when you turn on your kitchen faucet.
At WaterBadge, our goal is to make that a reality.
To support this mission, we’ve partnered with companies that are dedicated to water filtration and safety.
When you purchase filters and systems through them, you’re also supporting WaterBadge’s mission of cleaner water for everyone.
Thanks for doing your part.
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