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  1. International Bottled Water Association IBWA is the authoritative source of info about all types of bottled waters distributed in the USA.
  2. Water Treatment Equipment: A Buyer's Guide
  3. The Bottled Water Web Bottled Water Web contains many facts about the Bottled Water Industry by Arthur von Wiesenberger.
  4. HowStuffWorks: Charcoal Filters What is activated charcoal and why is it used in filters?
  5. Treatment Systems for Household Water Supplies - Activated Carbon Filtration 1992 article from the North Dakota State University Extension Service explaining in detail what activated charcoal systems can and cannot do.
  6. Allergy Buyer Club: Water Purifiers Evaluates brand name appliances as to effectiveness in helping users control allergies.


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