As the United States grapples with the worst natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy, people across the country are taking advantage of bottled water from a well-known supplier to avoid drinking contaminated water.
But what to do if you find a contaminated water bottle?
The Associated Press found that a large number of states have some form of bottled tap water ban in place.
Some states require bottled water to be tested for contaminants and some limit the amount of water to drink.
It is a tricky issue, but not impossible.
For starters, tap water is more expensive than bottled water and people are paying more for the privilege.
And some states require water bottlers to have a water quality certification, which makes the water less safe to drink if contaminants are present.
Many people in those states are looking for a simple solution to keep their drinking water safe.
They don’t drink tap water and don’t have the luxury of buying bottled water.
So they’re using purified water.
The idea behind the practice is that people who are at risk of ingesting contaminated water are more likely to drink it and be exposed to harmful substances.
But many people are still using tap water to keep the water safe, according to an AP investigation.
Here are some tips for avoiding an outbreak: Drinking tap water from clean wells and taps.
Tap water is made from clean water that has been pumped from underground and has been treated.
It doesn’t contain any contaminants, such as fluoride, and the water doesn’t leach chemicals.
It also doesn’t need to be pumped from the ground.
Drinking bottled water is different.
Bottled water contains fluoride, chlorine, chlorine bleach, ammonia, and other chemicals that are harmful to humans and pets.
If you’re not drinking tap water, you’re at risk for ingesting contaminants.
For example, tapwater contains bacteria that can be passed on to humans, pets, and wildlife, according a CDC study.
It’s important to avoid ingesting raw water that is contaminated with contaminants.
And it’s also important to drink bottled water, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It should be made from tap water that contains no chemicals or is filtered, according an EPA advisory.
Drinking purified water is safer than bottled because it’s filtered and doesn’t have any contaminants.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends bottled water be filtered, but it’s important that you use bottled water when you’re in a state that requires it.
You can find bottled water in the water industry’s main stores and online.
For a few more tips, read our FAQ on drinking filtered water.
Drinking filtered water can be dangerous if you or your pet have health problems.
Bottles that have been filtered can contain potentially harmful chemicals and contain harmful bacteria that could be passed along to humans or pets.
For more information on safe drinking water, check out the CDC.