Do filters work and can you recommend a filter to use?

We have provided a list of filters that were reported to reduce Haloacetic Acids from the water on our website. Also on this site are two studies that show the results of the use of these filters which supports their use. We would recommend you contact the manufacture if you have questions/concerns with their system. The maintenance and directions for the use of these filters should be followed to return the benefit desired.

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1. Do you drink the water?
2. When will the Town receive new testing results?
3. When is the Town meeting with the consultant Woodard & Curran Engineers and what is their timeline of any possible info or updates?
4. Has the Town reached out to all schools?
5. When is the Town having the water re-tested for these acids?
6. Is the water safe to drink and use right now?
7. I have a compromised immune system, should I use the water?
8. Do filters work and can you recommend a filter to use?
9. Why do other municipalities not have these issues?
10. Why are we just hearing about this problem now?
11. Are there any other ways to reduce these contaminants?