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All about Brita water filter Malta

If you are searching about the Brita water filter Malta here you can find out all about it, the pros and cons, and some ideas about alternative water filter systems in Malta. Brita water filter In Malta mostly the Brita water filter jug is available. This unit is a pitcher or jug filter that uses activated carbon to filter water as it passes through using gravity. Carrtidges are replaced when used up. Does the Brita water filter work? This type of unit involves a pitcher or jug with a built-in filter that uses activated carbon pearls that reduces chlorine taste and odor as well as removing copper, mercury and cadmium for cleaner drinking water.  The activated carbon filter inside the...

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Please do not underestimate your action towards a better environment in Malta

My name is Maria, wife to a very caring husband, mum to 2 beautiful kids and another one on the way. I am co-founder of Ikkuluriti- Eco Family Store in Malta. We love the family and this is how we roll. Thankfully we are blessed to work together as a family with a significant mission which hopefully will bear fruit in us and in our country. Part of our mission as a family is to be environmentally conscious of what is happening around us and do something beautiful for the people, the environment and beyond. This is why my husband and I thrive to choose ways to live a sustainable life and be an example to our kids. They are...

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10 things to know about tap water in Malta

Tap water in Malta is an important topic for many Maltese people because most people do not drink the tap water. For this reason, tap water has become a hot issue in recent years as more and more people are concerned about its safety. In Malta tap water comes from the sea, ground or surface sources which is treated before being pumped into homes. The quality of tap water varies across the island, but generally tap water in Malta is safe to drink if you use special filters like faucet filters, jugs filters or under the sink reverse osmosis filters that will remove any harmful contaminants that maybe present. The Water Services Corporation of Malta provides tap water to all...

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Shocking revelations about peoples dislike for tap water in Malta

Shockingly, nobody in Malta taking part in a European wide survey responded that they would drink water from the tap. Is it really that shocking though? Maybe it's something we sadly have just accepted in Malta, that people who drink the tap water directly are few and far between. However from talking to many hundreds of TAPP Water customers we know that there is a strong dislike also for plastic bottles, and an increasing concern over the use of plastic and the quality of water contained in plastic bottles in Malta. So change is happening in Malta at the consumer level, and at the infrastructure level Water Services Corporation is always making investment to improve water quality in Malta. The...

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