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Recommendation for a test of stored drinking water
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OldStuffer wrote:
DHMO isn't a contaminant from plastics like "BPA" supposedly is 7mmdrops-em, just to let you know....

It is often also found in glass and lined metal storage containers of water.


BPH is our main concern with plastic. I worked in a chemical plant and samples were taken in nalgene bottles. the leach very little out.
We use glass more for the long term reusable aspect.

Rod



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