THM Test Results 19 Mar, 2024

December 2020 Hanover and Scituate TTHM tests

Results are in for latest Hanover and Scituate TTHM tests!

Continued excellence in performance of your True Health system.

In all 6 Hanover tests and all 5 Scituate tests taken from our THM line of water filtration systems in December 2020, average town TTHM levels are at or below minimum detection levels of 0.5 ppb versus the EPA maximum contamination level of 80 ppb. This makes 24 consecutive months of unmatched performance and customer peace of mind.

My commentary on the results:

I am very pleased with these results. Without exception, they show very effective removal of harmful contaminants and the provision of healthy water to your family. The average TTHM reading of 0.48 ppb actually means they are below minimum detected levels.

Though I would always prefer “ND” across the board, we are dealing with many variables that change frequently. Hanover just moved to using chloramine last AprilĀ and I don’t know what that meant to the water quality during the transition. We do know that your system is handling it well regardless of these fluctuations

I will be retaking the test at Mann’s Drive in Hanover because of it being such an outlier. I must examine to see if a system valve hasn’t been touched and left partially open to allow water from the street to bypass my system.

We will continue to take these tests every 6 months to gauge when carbon depletion allows TTHMs to approach 5 ppb. With far healthier overall water quality in your home, your body’s immune system is becoming stronger and stronger. This is happening because pure water is flushing processed toxins, obtained from almost everything but your water, from your body while delivering essential minerals as fuel for your immune system. Healthy water will prevent more sickness than any medicine can cure.
I look forward to our next tests this coming June.

Yours truly,

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