Who Owns the Water?

“We tested over a thousand bottles of water, over a hundred brands that are sold in the United States, and we found that it is not necessarily any safer or better or purer than your city tap water. We found, some of them had arsenic in them, at high levels; some of them had organic chemicals in them…a variety of bacteria…So there were problems with about a third of the brands that we sampled. Some of the water we saw that had pictures of mountains on them…It was city tap water. ‘Glacier’ water came from ground water in Florida.”

Erik D. Olson
Former Senior Attorney
Natural Resources Defense Council

Speaking on the 2008 Documentary Flow: For Love of Water

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