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Here is a cautionary tale from outraged residents of affluent an Wake Forest, North Carolina community who found out about the toxins after years of drinking contaminated tap-water (See video and the story at bit.ly/1istT1v). Neither the State of North Carolina nor the U.S. government warned them, even though both were aware of the problem.
The recent toxic spill in Elk River near Charleston, West Virginia (nyti.ms/1lYMdqS) from a chemical storage facility contaminated water supply for 300,000 residents for weeks on end and the government was helpless. It was arguably the worst accidental contamination of drinking water in U.S. history.
Recent toxic spills from spent coal ash pits into Dan River, Virginia (bit.ly/1hHkVBE) have devastated the local economy. Duke energy, which uses coal for electricity generation was unable to contain the spill at Dan River and subsequently in the Cape Fear River in North Carolina.
Henston said, “The problem of accidental toxic spills, which average over 20,000 (www.rtknet.org/
“We follow the Precautionary Principle in testing for specific environmental toxins in drinking water at homes, neighborhoods, and schools thereby eliminating these environmental causes of chronic illnesses and consequent decline in property values by using Pristinet’s certification services” said Mr. Henston.
Pristinet offers an affordable way for consumers, home buyers, neighborhood associations, school PTAs and employers to test their respective drinking water sources for toxins that are linked to chronic illnesses of widespread concern such as obesity, fertility, autism spectrum disorders, and cancers.
Pristinet invites everyone, especially parents with young children struggling with Autism, to visit its website (www.pristinet.com) where a lot of information on toxins is presented for anyone to understand and take quick action to safeguard their family’s health and continued wellness.
Pristinet is an independent, privately held firm that is solely dedicated, without conflicts of interests, to helping consumers protect themselves from health risks of exposure to toxins in drinking water.
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