NRinger Week 07 Environmental ControversyWritten_05232010

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Week 07 Environmental Controversy  Resources and Pollution Taste sometimes makes the difference in what you purchase. If you don’t have the funds to purchase something normally most people will make do with what they have, or with something they come by naturally. Bottled water costs money, and natural water does not cost anything unless you think about the electricity being used to pump it. But, natural well or tap water can still cost in health matters when you do further research for what lies within can sometimes cost a fortune in worry, so either way you’re still paying for the water you drink. When drinking water most people don’t take the time to check it out and make sure that it follows certain guidelines that have been set forth by governmental agencies but, this is something that more people should look into. The following information about regulations placed on the water is what leads me to believe that bottled water is definitely safer than tap water. "The bottled water and tap water industry are regulated by two different agencies. The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) oversees the bottled water industry and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) governs America's tap water. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 first gave
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