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 CISTA 4 CLEAN WATER 

 REPORTS ON CONTAMINATED DRINKING WATER

REPORT
Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)  estimates that up to 900,000 people get sick and 900 die in the US per year from contaminated public and private drinking water.

REPORT
RALPH NADER RESEARCH GROUP
Drinking water in the US consists of more than 2100 toxic chemicals that are cancer causing.

Natural Resources Defense Council

According to NRDC,  “More than 45 million Americans drank water supplied by systems that where unregulated and with the potentially deadly contaminant, Cryptosporidium,  found in their raw or treated water.

REPORT
Since 2004, more than 62 million Americans have been exposed to tap water that did not meet government health guidelines created to protect people from cancer and other diseases.


EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Limits contaminants in tap water, such as lead and perchlorate which can increase the risk of learning disorders in small children.

REPORT
E.P.A. warns that boiling water does not remove lead but can actually increase its concentration.





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REPORT

DR OZ.
The nationwide survey conducted by Dr. Oz, and numerous other governing agencies for clean drinking water,  confirmed that tap  and bottle water are filled with cancer causing chemicals (contaminants and acid by-products) that contribute to long lasting disease, disabling sickness and cancer. This survey is available  www.doctoroz.com/videos/your-water-causing-cancer-pt-2 

Pharmaceuticals such as antibiotics, sex hormones, anti-depressants, and seizure pills have been found in the tap water of at least 41 million Americans. 


Many pipes in homes contain lead that can leach into water. And lead can damage the brain and nervous system, especially in young children.


REPORT
Water treatment centers are not currently required to test for pharmaceuticals. Researchers are unsure if the cumulative levels are hazardous.

 


 CISTA 4 CLEAN WATER 

cista4cleanwater @ gmail.com          POB 32237 Jamaica, NY 11431

347 804 2408

SANDI POPE, PRES. CISTA


REPORT
A 2003 study by the nonprofit Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) found that due to a combination of pollution and deteriorating equipment and pipes, the public water supplies in 19 of America’s largest cities delivered drinking water that contained contaminant levels exceeding government levels of safe drinking  water.



REPORT
Water treatment centers are not currently required to test for pharmaceuticals. Researchers are unsure if the cumulative levels are hazardous.