- Apr. 10, 2014 - WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. --
The Water Exchange (http://thewaterexchange.net)
, a manufacturer of under-counter and countertop chlorine and fluoride water filters today introduced a new YouTube video in their How To series on drinking water filtration entitled "How to Test Your Water for Bacteria." The short video demonstrates using a simple bacteria water test kit from American Water Service. Results are available in forty-eight hours. The youtube video is online at: http://youtu.be/
Bacteria in Water Facts
Bacteria are living micro organisms that can cause illness if ingested. Most municipal water systems use some form of disinfectant (chlorine or chloramines)
to kill bacteria if present. Wells are susceptible to contamination by animals living near the opening and periodic testing is required. If bacteria is present, chlorination is one method to kill the bacteria and ultraviolet radiation is a second method. Sealing a well opening may also be required to prevent animal contamination.
For more information on bacteria water filters and fluoride water filtration contact Howard Berenbon at: 248-788-3342 or online via e-mail at: email@example.com URL http://www.thewaterexchange.net/bacteria-water-filters.htm