In Texas we are constantly concerned not only about the rainfall, but also the quality of the water coming into our homes. Your family's safety and health is the primary concern and our daily water consumption can effect that.
Recently water in North Texas has become a hot topic as consumers questioned safety as they noticed a changes.
North Texas Municipal Water District’s chlorine burn, which ended on March 26, has many people raising questions about the quality of their water. Chemicals such as chlorine, chloramine, trihalomethanes, and lead, can be found in your water. While, according to Texas state guidelines, certain levels of these chemicals is safe to drink, some Texans are looking into options for making changes in their own homes.
Well-known water activist Erin Brockovich is in Texas this week speaking out about her experiences and offering advice. Her bottom line message: if you see or taste something that doesn't seem right ask questions. Because we are drinking and bathing in it she urges us to stay informed, attend meetings and request action.