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Fluoride in our tap-water ...

By Dr. Mercola

Every day, you lose water from your body through urine and sweat, and this fluid needs to be replenished. Clean, pure water is therefore one of the most important foundations for optimal health.

Unfortunately, most tap water is far from pure, containing a vast array of disinfection byproducts, chemicals, radiation, heavy metals, and even pharmaceutical drugs. Fluoride, which is still being added to many municipal water supplies, is yet another factor that can make the water you drink each day more harmful than healing.

The featured documentary, An Inconvenient Tooth,1 reveals the many problems associated with water fluoridation, and why it’s a practice that really needs to be stopped for the public’s greater good.

Amazingly, the debate over the dangers of fluoride and has been ongoing for more than six decades. Yet study after study confirms that fluoride is a dangerous, toxic poison that bioaccumulates in your body while being ineffective at preventing dental decay...

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Waste-water going into the Vaal Dam ...

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Poor Sewage flow treatment may see SA on brink of 'catastrophe'

29 Oct 2015 11:43 AM


Sewage in Gauteng's drinking water

24 Jul 2015 00:00 - SIPHO KINGS

A breakdown in Vaal Dam sewage management is polluting the water for 10-million people in Gauteng while locals live next to streams of human waste ...

... what water the wastewater plant does release through the old pipeline - when it does not overflow - goes into the Vaal Dam 400m away from the inlet pipe for Rand Water. This supplies drinking water to 10-million people in Gauteng. Its last annual report noted that "a number of water quality issues have been identified with regard to the current quality of the Vaal River system". These include an increase in salinity, sulphates, microbiological pollutants and dissolved solids.

Biological and chemical challenges

Rand Water says in its quarterly report released in April this year that the most significant "water quality challenges" are biological (from faecal matter) and chemical (from gold mining and industrial pollutants). It says that the majority of municipalities around the dam are in contravention of the National Water Act because they are releasing unsafe levels of ammonia and E.coli. The co-operative governance department and municipality did not respond to questions about these contraventions.

Rand Water, which monitors water quality on behalf of water affairs, also avoided answering questions this week. The results of its research are given to local water forums. In most cases the levels in the dam exceed safe levels as prescribed by the World Health Organisation.

The pollutants in the dam can lead to cancer, birth defects, skin problems and brain damage, in the long term.