Unclean Tap Water In Rich & Poor Areas In Developed & Developing Countries, Including The United States
Most people know that in many foreign countries it can be hard to get access to clean water, especially in the developing world. However, one thing that many people do not realize is that even in developed nations, the water is not always clean. Many Americans even believe that the water that comes out of their tap, the water in the sink in the kitchen and in the bathtub, is clean. Unfortunately, I have to disappoint you by telling you that you are very wrong about this. Tap water is generally not clean, and the more economically disadvantaged the area is that you live in, the dirtier and more contaminated the water will likely be.
Even if you live in a wealthy area, if the area has a huge boom in people coming into that area because of its reputation, things like water pipes will need to be worked on and more buildings created to accommodate the large sudden increase in people moving into that area. This means that there may be constant construction in that area that can last anywhere from a month to a year.
When water pipes are worked on, you often get brown tap water and the water may smell bad. Generally though, wealthy areas are given more attention by government, but this does not guarantee that the water is the best quality. So given this, image how poor water quality is in the poorest neighborhoods.
An example of this problem with the water is the lawsuit for millions of dollars that occurred a few years back because the water was toxic and full of lead in Black neighborhoods. Here is the information about this:
I am going to avoid a discussion about depopulation control or hatred and racism towards an entire race because this topic can get very ugly very fast. What is important is that you understand that regardless of whether you live in an upscale more well-to-do neighborhood, or in a poor one, the tap water should not be trusted. Today I am going to tell you exactly what makes our tap water unclean and why you should not drink it.
4. Put a water purifier on your shower head and all sink faucets in your home - This will help filter out some of the toxic chemicals and metals that are in the water.