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Old 07-30-2019, 10:30 AM   #21
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Where we summer, the local town pulls their supply from Lake Champlain and treats it. A couple years ago the lake was very low and the water needed more chemical additive. The taste was lousy. I made up a 'taste' filter using a standard 10" housing. Then last year I doubled it up with another housing - the original taste unit plus an organic nasties remover. A very inexpensive solution for water taste and safety with a total dollar outlay of about 3 of the blue CAMCO in line filters. For filter media, for our summer site, they are fairly cheap. For travel - well let's say that they can get pretty costly if you have the need for extremely well purified water.
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Old 07-30-2019, 12:57 PM   #22
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Clean drinking water is important to us and not an area in which I want to go with the lowest bidder. Filtering is but one aspect while purification is another. If you are lucky bad water will only make you sick.
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