Actually . . . To be fair, we've noticed an improvement. During the worst parts of COVID the water had a distinct taste of battery acid.
We've either grown accustomed to it . . . OR it has improved.
Here's the recent survey that doesn't offer much confidence . . .
A nine-month investigation by the Guardian and Consumer Reports found alarming levels of forever chemicals, arsenic and lead in samples taken across the US
Yeah, we're on this scary-ass list . . .
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
n Connecticut, a condo had lead in its drinking water at levels more than double what the federal government deems acceptable. At a church in North Carolina, the water was contaminated with extremely high levels of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals (a group of compounds found in hundreds of household products).