Toxic Chemical Found In Barstow Water
Do you know what is in your drinking water? Would you ever guess that a toxic chemical could find its way into your drinking water?
This morning, I read in the Los Angeles Times (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/11/barstow-water-contamination.html) that the city of Barstow, located in the southern California desert, warned its residents not to drink the water due to contamination by perchlorate. An inorganic chemical, perchlorate interferes with the human thyroid gland, affecting hormones as well as prenatal growth during pregnancies. Perchlorate is found in rocket propellant, fireworks, explosives, flares, matches, and industrial by-products. Yikes! Perchlorate can be removed by compressed, activated carbon only if there is long contact time with the water — which precludes faucet or pitcher-type filters where water passes quickly through the carbon.
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