Risks of using a home water treatment device
The EPA does not recommend home treatment devices as a substitute for public water treatment because of the difficulty in monitoring system performance. Home treatment devices are not tested or regulated by the federal government. Some, however, are tested by independent laboratories. If you want to use a water treatment device, carefully choose one according to the water conditions in your area. Also, be aware that a device needs to be properly maintained. If regular maintenance is not performed properly, water quality problems can actually result.

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1. How to Report a Water Main Break or Sewer Back Up
2. How to locate underground utility lines
3. How to get a new meter or get old meter repaired
4. Is the City responsible for the repair of your service?
5. Who is responsible for finding and fixing leaks in your water service?
6. Source of The Dania Beach drinking water
7. Dania Beach water is filtered and extensively tested for impurities
8. Bottled water is not necessarily safer or healthier to drink than tap water
9. Risks of using a home water treatment device
10. The Safe Drinking Water Act
11. Standards for taste, odor and appearance
12. What is "Hard" water?
13. There is no radon in the water.
14. Preparing tap water for fish tanks.
15. What causes hair to turn green?