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July 13, 2007


Beth Terry

We stopped buying bottled water, but now my problem is finding an environmentally responsible water filter to take out the chlorine. Brita filters are encased in plastic which is non-recyclable and gets tossed into a landfill after every 100 gallons.

I've been trying to get info on other alternatives, but I may just start drinking my water straight out of the tap. Is that a bad idea?


I've been drinking water out of the taps for years and have never encountered any problems.

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