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"Poll question: Are you a Bottle or Tap water person?"
Mon Apr-06-15 07:16 AM by Case_One

          

After my water filter broke on yesterday I was going to but a new one, but then I got to thinking, "Do a really need a new water filter?" I guess the decision lands on how well do I feel about the water that's coming from the tap. The tape water in my apartment is clean, doesn't taste funny, and it has not smell. In fact the complex just replaced all the pipes to the buildings in the complex, and things seem to be good.

But do I still need that new filter or should I get a case of bottled water for drinking. That is the question. I guess I have become a water snob to some degree, but I will drink tap water at a restaurant instead of asking for a bottled water.

What do you prefer or drink bottle or tap water?



Which Is Better: Bottled or Tap Water?
Why is one simple question about water so hard to answer?
BY MARKHAM HEID, JANUARY 17, 2014

http://www.menshealth.com/health/which-better-bottled-or-tap-water?cid=isynd_PV_0115

If you still pause at a waiter’s first question—“Is tap water okay?”—you’re not alone. Compared to the previous year, fewer Americans made the switch from bottled to tap water in 2010, according to the most recent data on the topic in a Harris Interactive Poll.

Most of the time, tap water is just as safe as bottled water, says Mae Wu, an attorney with the National Resources Defense Council who also works for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Thanks to the rigorous standards imposed on tap water by public health organizations, bottled water is not necessarily any safer or cleaner than tap under normal circumstances. And the stuff out of the faucet comes without the added cost and waste buildup associated with bottled water, Wu says. In fact, one report from the non-profit Environmental Working Groupfound contamination levels in store-bought water that violated public water safety standards.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t drink Poland Springs. Despite those few anecdotal reports, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations governing the quality of bottled water are “at least as stringent” as the EPA standards for tap water, explains Stephen Edberg, Ph.D., a professor of chemical engineering at Yale University.

But bottles can be costly—for you and the environment—so here are three ways to make sure your tap water is up to par.

CONSIDER YOUR ZIP CODE

If you live in a rural farming community, there’s a greater likelihood of contamination from pesticide runoff, Wu explains. To protect yourself, ask your local water authority to come test your water—a service they’ll likely perform for free, she says. The EPA’s website also offers water-monitoring resources. Big-city dwellers, you’re in luck: Wu says New York and San Francisco, among many other metropolises, have some of the cleanest water in the country.

FIND OUT WHERE YOUR TAP DRAWS FROM

If your water is from a private well—which isn’t regulated—you could be at risk for chlorine and other volatile organic chemicals, Wu says. Or, if your home was built before the 1970s, it may house older lead-lined pipes, which could also throw off your water. In both cases, have your H2O tested, Wu advises. (If you own your home, you likely know where you water comes from. If you rent, ask your landlord.)

CONSIDER A FILTER

If your water turns out to be contaminated, Wu says a filter from makers like ZeroWater or Brita will safeguard your supply for a fraction of the cost of bottled options. Your water report will highlight potential health risks, which—for the most part—can be fixed with a filter. Shop for one that specifically targets the contaminants in your H2O, she suggests. All filter makers list the contaminants their products remove. Remember, many bottled waters—Dasani and Aquafina, for example—are just filtered tap water. By filtering it yourself, you’re saving money, Wu says.

IN SOME SITUATIONS, BOTTLED IS BEST
"People receiving cancer chemotherapy—or those on medications for arthritis, HIV, and other conditions resulting in immunosuppression—are highly susceptible to even small amounts of some water contaminants," Edberg says. Share your water report with your doctor, and if he suggests sticking to bottled, don't assume a filter will offer you the same protections.




http://www.bottledwater.org/health/bottled-water-vs-tap-water

Get the Facts
The 2011Drinking Water Research Foundation (DWRF) report “Bottled Water and Tap Water: Just the Facts” provides a detailed comparison of quality and monitoring regulations for tap water and bottled water.

Differences in the regulation of tap water and bottled water, though minimal, highlight the differences between drinking water delivered by a public water system and drinking water delivered to the consumer in a sealed container.

Public water systems (tap water) provide quality water for human consumption and other uses (e.g., washing clothes, bathing, and industrial and commercial uses) through a piped distribution system to specific communities. Public water systems are granted exclusive rights to provide water to consumers in a particular geographic or municipal area. Consumers do not, therefore, have a choice of which public water system will provide water to their homes or businesses.

Bottled water is a packaged food product sold in individual, sanitary, sealed containers. It is intended solely for human consumption. Consumers have a variety of bottled water choices available to satisfy their particular tastes and price preferences. It is sold in many different package sizes, including 3- and 5-gallon containers used in bottled water coolers, 2.5-gallon refrigerator-size containers, and “on-the go” half-liter, one-liter, and 1.5 liter convenience–size packages. Consumers choose bottled water for several reasons: taste, quality, and convenience.

Poll result (34 votes)
Tap Water (15 votes)Vote
Bottle Water (4 votes)Vote
*TAP - Filtered water at Home. (15 votes)Vote

  

  

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Tap but I use a brita...
Apr 06th 2015
1
There's an option for that in the poll.
Apr 06th 2015
2
Both. Except in SC.
Apr 06th 2015
3
both
Apr 06th 2015
4
*TAP - Filtered water at Home.
Apr 06th 2015
5
Tap or bottled. Bottled water is just more convenient for me and my life...
Apr 06th 2015
6
Both. I drink bottled seltzer water and use a Brita pitcher for my tap.
Apr 06th 2015
7
Tap in NY only
Apr 06th 2015
8
the way i feel about water has evolved over the years
Apr 06th 2015
9
Hell as a kid? Nothing beat water hose water or side of the house water!
Apr 06th 2015
10
Evian in the plastic bottle is awful, but the glass bottle is good.
Apr 06th 2015
23
True, Tap water can be great
Apr 06th 2015
11
mostly just straight tap, but we do have a brita pitcher
Apr 06th 2015
12
When in Michigan or any other Great Lakes State, tap
Apr 06th 2015
13
I keep a pitcher of tap water in the fridge
Apr 06th 2015
14
Tap, but I have a severely limited sense of taste & smell
Apr 06th 2015
15
it be me and the messicans filling up our jugs...
Apr 06th 2015
16
I swear I feel like the only black man in the city while filling my jugs
Apr 06th 2015
20
      $.37/gallon?
Apr 06th 2015
22
           WTF? 37 cent a gallon? how and where does this happen?
Apr 06th 2015
29
                Walmart, your local Kroger or Safeway affiliate, etc..
Apr 06th 2015
30
Tap, but I live in Seattle which is basically the home...
Apr 06th 2015
17
It is great.
Apr 06th 2015
24
My closest Bodega charges $3 per gallon of regular Deer Park
Apr 06th 2015
18
I prefer tap.
Apr 06th 2015
19
*sticks face under the faucet for a drink*
Apr 06th 2015
21
the water in the entirety of the SW USA is dirty as fuck
Apr 06th 2015
25
Depends on what's cold, really. I'm a fan of COLD water fountains.
Apr 06th 2015
26
Bottle I rather not deal with excess chlorine and fluoride
Apr 06th 2015
27
tap that's filtered through some reverse osmosis then filtered through
Apr 06th 2015
28
I hate the taste of water either way. So I always add True Lemon to it.
Apr 06th 2015
31
Tap water.
Apr 06th 2015
32
I drink too much water to be buying bottled. Tap - Filtered at Home
Apr 06th 2015
33
Bottled water is one of the most amazing okeydokes of our age.
Apr 07th 2015
34
What's the best water filter?
Apr 11th 2015
35

gumz
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1. "Tap but I use a brita..."
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I probably shouldn't bother cause I always forget to change the filter...might as well just drink it straight. I like it refrigerated though so will end up putting it on something regardless.

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2. "There's an option for that in the poll."
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3. "Both. Except in SC. "
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4. "both"
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...i simply don't trust my own tap water (old plumbing), so i'll drink bottled, but almost everywhere else i'll drink tap...

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5. "*TAP - Filtered water at Home."
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6. "Tap or bottled. Bottled water is just more convenient for me and my life..."
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I'm too forgetful to freeze my bottle and grab it in the morning.

I do have a jug that fill up with water and keep in the fridge but for work, I normally grab a water bottle, there's a case right by the door.

I probably should get a filter because the amount of fluoride in the water here in NY is crazy. You have to wait a solid minute for it to clear.

In FL I never saw cloudy water come out, and tap water is almost sweet.




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7. "Both. I drink bottled seltzer water and use a Brita pitcher for my tap. "
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8. "Tap in NY only"
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rest of the world bottle
for taste

oh and now filtered at home
because an awesome individual gave me a brita pitcher
and my water started running brown lately
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9. "the way i feel about water has evolved over the years"
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i started out a poor kid drinking tap water.

then as a teenager, i was all about the brita filter.

as a young adult, i became a bottle water snob & bout Evian & brands like that.

my man started working for Coke so he got me on to Dasani. and after drinking that for a while, i realized it was just filtered tap water. there's no magical bubbling brook high on a secluded mountain. it's regular old tap water that's filtered.

working at a non profit has put me in contact with people that don't have access to clean drinking water. it changed my entire process. what i look like being too good to drink perfectly good tap water when there are millions of people who walk miles to get water that's no where near as clean.

now i'm back on tap water. and if i drink bottle water, please believe it's not any of the high end brands. i'm buying store brand. the kind that you get 24 for like $2.50.

  

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10. "Hell as a kid? Nothing beat water hose water or side of the house water!"
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Evian is disgusting to me.


Luckily my job provides us lots of bottled water. I don't ever really have to buy it.




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23. "Evian in the plastic bottle is awful, but the glass bottle is good."
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11. "True, Tap water can be great"
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As a Kid, I loved to drink outside from the water hose.


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12. "mostly just straight tap, but we do have a brita pitcher"
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my wife uses it mostly, i just fill up from the sink.

  

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13. "When in Michigan or any other Great Lakes State, tap"
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anywhere else bottled unless the tap has a true reverse osmosis filter on it.

Y'all and them Brita filters still drinkin' dirty water.

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14. "I keep a pitcher of tap water in the fridge "
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For a little flavor, I squeeze a lime in there, a few slices of Cucumber and a kiwi fruit.

Really gives it some flavor - you can add a little sparkling water if you want some fizz - it's cool!

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15. "Tap, but I have a severely limited sense of taste & smell"
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16. "it be me and the messicans filling up our jugs..."
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at the grocery store.
but i'll drink detroit tap all day.

  

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20. "I swear I feel like the only black man in the city while filling my jugs"
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It's always me and a grip of messicans at the water machines. We got a water cooler and a bunch of 5 gallon jugs for it.


>but i'll drink detroit tap all day.

Yup. Cleanest, best tasting tap water I've had in my life was Saginaw and Detroit water.

Ain't nothin like making koolaid straight from the tap.

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22. "$.37/gallon? "
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can't beat it.

  

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29. "WTF? 37 cent a gallon? how and where does this happen?"
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30. "Walmart, your local Kroger or Safeway affiliate, etc.."
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Though my local Kroger affiliate only charges $.25/per gallon when you buy 5 at a time. Walmart is on that $.37/gallon at all times though.

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17. "Tap, but I live in Seattle which is basically the home..."
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Tap water here is fantastic.

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18. "My closest Bodega charges $3 per gallon of regular Deer Park"
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Then the closest grocery store, a Satmar Hasidic spot, charges $2.50
I shlep them shits weekly.

I used to drink from the tap, until I saw the residue left inside the dehumidifier. My building has old pipes.

A few weeks ago I found the Western Beef up the street open, it's always closed by the time I'm back in the hood, they have the 2 for $1 bottles of Seltzer, and $1 Poland Spring gallons. I'm good for about a month.

  

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19. "I prefer tap."
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I'll drink bottled if I somehow forgot my own water.

I used to do water testing. I'm good.

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21. "*sticks face under the faucet for a drink* "
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Tap worked for me as a kid, tap works for me as an adult. Mind you, my wife still has me buy bottled water, which is OK, and the fridge water filter is changed regularly, but I have no issue at all getting some ice and filling up my glass at a sink.

People that ONLY drink bottled water or just refuse to drink tap are weird to me

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25. "the water in the entirety of the SW USA is dirty as fuck"
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you kinda don't have a choice out here. The shit is awful. AZ, NM, NV, CA water is trash, but only because municipalities are doing the absolute bare minimum to clean and treat water.

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26. "Depends on what's cold, really. I'm a fan of COLD water fountains."
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i work at a high school. i think i'm the only staff that drinks from the water fountains. even the students are like "ew you drink from the water fountains?"

i'm thinking to myself, i drank water from a hose in the yard when i was a little kid...in a third world country. foh.

they're doing construction on campus and the water has turned "milky" twice this school year. i still drink it. why? because if there's a complaint about the water, someone from the district or city will inspect it before 5pm and will correct it the next day.

what's the process of dealing with aquafina or crystal geyser if the water don't taste like the last bottle you tasted?

i just got back from vacation visiting family in socal. my aunt has this water purifier contraption hooked up to her tap that changes the pH level of the water. i think she got it for her or my uncle's acid reflux. she told me i might not be used to water that's more basic. shit tasted exactly the same...

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27. "Bottle I rather not deal with excess chlorine and fluoride "
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28. "tap that's filtered through some reverse osmosis then filtered through"
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the fridge

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31. "I hate the taste of water either way. So I always add True Lemon to it."
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Tap is free, so I usually drink that mixed with my crystallized lemon.

  

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32. "Tap water. "
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33. "I drink too much water to be buying bottled. Tap - Filtered at Home"
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Mon Apr-06-15 11:43 PM by Lach

  

          

I drink about 3.5 liters a day of water. I rarely drink anything else these days. If I do, it's maybe a diet soda here and there. But 95% of what I drink on a weekly basis is tap water.

  

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TheAlbionist
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34. "Bottled water is one of the most amazing okeydokes of our age."
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Tue Apr-07-15 05:32 AM by TheAlbionist

  

          

I can't believe people ever fell for it.

It's fucking WATER.

WATER

My SO was (is still, frustratingly) convinced she could tell the difference so I've done several blind taste tests with her and she's failed every time.

Yet there's still a bottle of Fiji in the fridge.

*bangs head on wall*

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forever.

  

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35. "What's the best water filter?"
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Sun Apr-12-15 12:06 AM by Starks dunked on Bul

  

          

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