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Safe to Drink?: The Quality of Your Water
by Julie Stauffer, Foreword by Tim Lobstein

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Publication Date: 1996
Publisher: Centre for Alternative Technology
Binding: Paperback
Topics: Democracy: Theory & Practice, Human Health & Welfare, Nature, Sustainable Community, Toxics
Condition: Special Sale

Description: Can we trust our tap water? And are filters or bottled water any better? Given the legitimate fears around water supplies everywhere, this book is a timely exploration of where water comes from, how it is treated and managed, reducing water consumption in your home, and alternatives to tap water - including filtering it, and obtaining your own independent supply. Practical and well-illustrated.

Having studied biology and journalism, Julie Stauffer is now a writer and editor specializing in health, science and environmental issues. Her work includes 'The Big Flush', an educational video on sewage issues. 'Safe to Drink?' was written while she was a volunteer at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales.

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