Research identifies a problematic carcinogen molecule in your water!

Research Finds A Problematic Carcinogen In Your Water

A recent research study from the USC Viterbi Assistant Professor Daniel McCurry and is published in Environmental Science and Technology Letters  found that NDMA which is harmful to humans and is a potent carcinogen is formed when wastewater is treated with dichloramine.  The reason is it binds to the pharmaceuticals in the water to form NDMA.  It is very difficult to eliminate through traditional water treatment processes.  The issue then is to keep Pharmaceuticals-OTC Medications and Vitamins from our water supply.  Stat-Medicament-Disposal Corporation has the answer to this serious problem

Lawernce Kenemore Jr

Inventor of products to protect the environment through recycling. Thinking outside the box in the implementation of his inventions.

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