29 Sep 2011

Canada - New surface treatment plant ready for public’s inspection

Water world
New surface treatment plant ready for public’s inspection
By Cheryl Browne, Barrie Examiner
Posted 3 hours ago
I don't know about you, but my skin gets wrinkly after having a good soak. So the concept of having 12 baths a day means most of us would resemble shrivelled up prunes.

Yet that's how many baths each of the 42,000 homes in south-end Barrie would need to have each day to use up the water in the new Surface Water Treatment Plant on Royal Parkside Drive......
...Barrie councillors determined they wouldn't add fluoride to the water when they were planning the building of the new system, and Adams agrees.

"It's a very reactive dangerous chemical and there's constant controversy over how much is enough or too much," he said.

3 comments:

MuscledGeek said...

Hurrah for Barrie Ontario.

Another victory for cessation of fluoridation.

Richard Hudon
Fluoridation-Free Ottawa
ffo-olf.org

Anonymous said...

Yes, very good news for Barrie. Glad to see this!

Rob

Anonymous said...

Good news for Barrie! Glad you aren't fluoridating. Wish Windsor didn't make us drink the Kool-Aid.