Why ARGYLE Water Supply Is Not “Safe” for Drinking
The ARGYL water supply is one of many sources of drinking water for many people in the United States.
It supplies nearly 10 percent of the U.S. population and is used by over 70 percent of all residents in urban areas.
According to the National Water and Wastewater Association, “The ARGYLA water supply system is a water supply that is safe for drinking and bathing, with no known risk to health or safety.”
The water is used for drinking, cooking, showering, and laundry.
ARGYELE is the only water system in the U-S that uses a reverse osmosis treatment plant.
ARGELE water system is designed for the entire city of Chicago, with a water rate of about $3 per 1,000 cubic feet (1.9 million liters) per year.
But the company claims its system is safe, with “no known health risks associated with drinking and/or bathing with ARGYLED water.”
The company also says it is 100 percent recyclable, which is important because it has “recycled” more than two-thirds of the water that it provides to the city.
ARGIELE says it provides water to about 2.4 million residents.
The water comes from a network of four water distribution plants, located at: – In Chicago, where it is supplied to more than 1 million residents – In the western suburbs of the Chicago area, where the water is supplied in areas with less than 1,200 residents – Along the river and the Chicago River, near the Illinois River and the Illinois-Indiana state line – In suburban Chicago, near I-90 and Wabash avenues and Interstate 94A – And in the northern suburbs of St. Charles County, Illinois, and western and southern suburbs of Chicago.
The system provides the drinking water to more people than any other water system on the planet.
But many Americans believe the water supply does not meet EPA’s standards for safe drinking water, and it’s been a source of controversy for years.
A 2009 study conducted by the University of California, Berkeley, found that ARGYLES water quality standards were “too high” for public health, especially for children and the elderly.
The study concluded that “a single tap water treatment plant, with one-quarter of the system’s total capacity, could not meet the EPA standards for a safe drinking source.”
ARGYELS water system was also found to have “no safety controls to prevent contamination” from “unknown sources,” including “unknown chemicals, unknown contaminants, and unknown contaminants from the environment.”
It also said that “there is no indication that ARGELA’s water system or any of its other facilities are meeting the EPA’s requirements for drinking water safety and quality.”
The University of Chicago School of Public Health and Environment found in 2014 that ARGIES water quality is “not considered safe for human consumption,” “has not been independently evaluated by independent water quality testing labs, and is not tested by independent third parties.”
A report released in April 2016 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concluded that ARGOLE’s water quality “does not meet federal standards for drinking or bathing water.”
However, the EPA also noted that “the company’s water treatment plants have never been found to contain any toxic substances.”
ARGLE has maintained that its water system has never been subject to any health risk, and that it was only certified as a reverse Osmosis (RO) treatment plant in March of 2018.
“There is no safety control to prevent contaminants from being released into the drinking supply,” the company said in a statement.
“The company is proud to be one of the first to meet EPA safety requirements for reverse O-treatment plants.
The company’s reverse O plant is an independent, non-corporate, state-of-the-art reverse o-treatment plant designed specifically for ARGYALES water supply.”
ARGEALS water is also known as the Chicago-based Water Management Corporation.
It’s the third largest supplier of water to the U