amoebas in South African drinking water

There is amoebas in South African drinking water.

Are there amoebas in South African drinking water?

  • Yes there is amoeba in South African drinking water.

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  • We talking here about treated municipality water.
  • The drinking water that the municipality supply households with.

Where did you find the amoebas in South African drinking water?

  • We have found the amoebas in South African drinking water at a place you don’t want to hear.
  • We sponsored a creche with a water purifying system.
  • When we serviced the system.
  • We took a water sample from the filter housings.
  • When I inspected the water sample under the microscope I found a few of them.
  • It is in the Moot area.
  • The Moot is situated in Pretoria.

Could there be any amoebas in our drinking water?

  • Yes.
  • You don’t know who is in charge of the water department and the sewerage treatment plant.
  • You believe that the town’s water is of a high standard. It is widely known that the town have a “Blue drop status”.
  • That status is not worth toilet paper.
  • Ask your ward counselor for a copy of the blue drop status report.
  • You will not belief your eyes.

 

Why are the amoebas in the water?

  • We talking about treated tap water from the municipality.
  • If amoebas is alive in the tap water.
  • It is only one thing.
  • The water is not been treated.
  • The chlorine is supposed to kill and destroy the amoebas.
  • You must remember that the water works only test for curtain elements.
  • Did your municipality even warn the public about any danger that is present in the water?
  • No! Never.
  • Why?
  • What the eyes don’t see and the ear don’t hear would cause no harm.
  • The less you know the better.

Do the government know about the stuff in the drinking water?

  • I took some photos to the water department of Pretoria.
  • The person treated me like a piece of rubbish.
  • He informed me that I got the photos from the internet.
  • No, it is photos that I took from my microscope.
  • Thousands of them.
  • I did not found one suburb in Pretoria that did not have any live organisms and roundworms in.
  • The live organisms and roundworms come from the sewerage treatment plants.
  • They add the treated sewerage water to our drinking water.
  • Think of all the chemicals and harmful stuff that is in the sewerage water.
  • That stuff is in the tap water.

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