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The quality of tap water is regulated by the EPA. While most of the water utilities meet the regulation, the water may still contain many unregulated contaminants. The composition and quality varies by neighborhood. The first step to avoid common water pollutants in your drinking water is to identify what contaminants are present in your tap water. Search the Environmental Working Group's database of tap water quality or request an annual water quality report from your local water utility. Once the contaminants are identified, find filters or purification systems that can effectively remove them. These suppliers can provide you with regular water services or assist you with system selection. (source: Environmental Working Group)

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