Drink Pure Water No. 4 Ozone Treatment Video

Based on Chapter 1 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains how ozone treatment, which is less toxic than chlorine treatment, can and is being used by city municipalities. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Well, many argue that we need chlorine to keep our drinking water safe. Much of Western Europe uses ozone gas and ultraviolet light to purify municipal water supplies. Since passage of the safe drinking water act amendments in 1986, a number of cities in the US have shown interest in ozone treatment. Today, there are over 400 water treatment plants using this method. When combined with activated carbon filtration, ozonation removes agriculture chemicals in industrial wastes. Ozone is not only the strongest disinfectant known for portable water treatment, but it is also extremely versatile. It can enhance taste, remove undesirable color, destroy harmful algae and even oxidized many organic compounds. And while it is not a simple process, ozone treatment has been shown to be an economically viable water treatment method. If you like to learn more about why to filter your tap water, read this informative book, “The Beginners Guide to Natural Living”.

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