- All the combined contaminants in our drinking water are referred to as TDS, and the certain pollutants that contribute to the make-up of TDS pose long term health risks when we are exposed to them.
- Water high in impurities and TDS will have bitter, salty, metallic taste, unpleasant odors, is overall less satisfying and quenches your thirst less than pure clean water.
- Different types of contamination include inorganic, organic, disinfectant, disinfection, radioactive, and microbial. All of which inhibit a high TDS reading.
- Nontoxic and toxic ions are the main culprits of a high TDS reading.
Most common nontoxic ions are…