Do You Know How HARMFUL Are PLASTIC WATER TANKS For Humans?

What you will get

Certain chemicals in plastics, like Bisphenol-A (BPA), have gotten media exposure for their potential health problems for human beings. BPA is often added to plastics to make them more durable. There is also now abundant research that links BPA, DES and Phthalate exposure to following health concerns for humans

Decreased Sperm Quality

Increase in Breast and Prostate Cancers

Infertility and Miscarriages in females

Obesity

Type 2 Diabetes

Allergies and Neurological problems

Deformities of the male and female genitals

Pre-mature Puberty in females

Heart Diseases

Liver Problems

SAY NO TO PLASTICS
Plastic & Concrete Water Tanks Are Health Hazardous

There is no denying that inexpensive plastics have made many aspects of food and water distribution much easier, but emerging data and research from decades of increasing use of plastics suggest that we need to seriously re-evaluate our plastics usage. Plastic Tanks are manufactured using a number of petro-chemicals which are considered harmful for human beings. Similarly, water stored in Concrete tanks can react with the Calcium present in the concrete, making it unsafe for consumption. Porous concrete tanks are also a breeding ground for Bacteria and Algae

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