Water Quality Association

Water Treatment For Dummies

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Introduction W ater, water everywhere. But is it good and safe to drink or use? How can you tell if the water in your home is healthy for you, your family, and for that prized front-loading washing machine? What can you do if your water doesn't measure up? Read on to find out. About This Book Water Treatment For Dummies, WQA Special Edition, answers your water quality questions. This book shows that you have options and tools available to help you take steps to ensure good quality drinking water for you and your family. Foolish Assumptions When we wrote this book, we made some assumptions about you. For example: ✓ You drink and use water every day (well, duh!), and you want that water to be clean and safe. ✓ You have some say in ensuring the quality of your water — most likely, you're a homeowner. ✓ You don't want to earn a PhD in water quality — you just want to be able to turn on the tap and be confident in the H 2 O that comes out. These materials are the copyright of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.

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