Drinking water from tap water sources is often contaminated by pesticides, chemicals, metals, and other contaminants, according to a new study.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are more than 200 contaminants in tap water that are harmful to health and the environment.
In the study, the authors found that there are over 2,000 different contaminants that could harm your health.
The contaminants found in tap drinking water are mainly concentrated in the minerals and trace elements found in the water.
The contaminants include arsenic, lead, cadmium, chromium, cobalt, iodine, nickel, mercury, nickel and zinc.
The study authors say that there’s a lot more to know about drinking water contamination than what’s found in just a couple of gallons of tap water.
The EPA has not yet issued an official list of contaminants that are in tap tap water, but the study suggests that the number of contaminants in the tap water has increased dramatically in the past decade.
The authors of the study say that it’s important to monitor your water for contaminants, and it’s also important to know which contaminants you’re drinking and where in your tap.
The EPA’s guidelines say that tap water testing should only be done in areas with adequate drinking water resources and that contaminants should be measured by hand.
The researchers also suggest that the best way to tell the difference between safe drinking water and unsafe drinking water is to compare the water quality of your tap with the levels in the ground and other sources.
The article was written by Erin Wertheimer and Roberta Johnson.