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Rogue 21-09-2016 09:36 AM

Which country has the cleanest water ?
Or rather the least amount of fluoride and other chemicals ?
Anyone know ?

andy1033 21-09-2016 10:06 AM

Antarctic probably.

All that ice frozen for how long. Everywhere else, the water is probably poisoned everywhere. Humans and there industrialisation, have poisoned water everywhere virtually.

sevenhills 21-09-2016 10:12 AM

Do you mean water that has the most viruses and bacteria in it?

the tealady 21-09-2016 11:05 AM

Iceland. Thay tell everyone who visits there. You can safely drink from rivers and streams. They only carry water bottles for convenience.

silent revolution 21-09-2016 11:51 AM

The best water Iv'e drunk has been from springs or streams up mountains. It's probably best to get it from as high up as possible so to avoid the dead sheep that for some reason seem to like to die in or next to the water. Even if there is a dead sheep in the water somewhere, the water is still probably much safer and cleaner than tap water. Iv'e seen dead sheep floating in reservoirs before and that water gets pumped to peoples homes as drinking water.

Kirkstone pass in the English lake district is one place where the water is lovely. In the middle of summer it is absolutely ice cold and so refreshing to wash in. It tastes really good too.

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ms_loren 05-10-2016 06:32 PM


blue2 28-10-2016 06:34 PM

How about Ikaria the Greek island where people forget to die and live into their hundreds....

magritte 31-10-2016 11:42 PM


Originally Posted by Rogue (Post 1062799970)
Or rather the least amount of fluoride and other chemicals ?
Anyone know ?

If you mean tap water it usually needs 'chemicals' to make it not have water bourne diseases. Your only going to get good quality water direct from a tap if its fed straight from a spring (the shorter the distance the better).

decim 01-11-2016 12:11 AM


elshaper 02-11-2016 03:26 PM

Fiji Water in a square BPA free bottle.

bamboozooka 21-07-2018 03:53 PM

i was shocked at the price of the big berkey water filters +£200. anyway after going through listings on amzn and ebay i came across a mogul stainless filter without the filters for £14. now add to that 2 doulton filters £34 and a stainless tap £10.
i tasted the filtered water which was tasteless then tasted tap water and wow how strong the tap water tasted of chemicals.
just need to buy a few glass bottles to store the water in the fridge and i'll be using it for all my drinking and cooking.

better21 28-08-2018 05:27 AM

I live in Ukraine. I constantly clean the water with silicon.

cosmic tramp 28-08-2018 10:18 AM

Polish water has its own fresh flavour, though people say it changed after Chernobyl.

(JFK used to drink bottles of Polish water which he had specially imported. Straight after the assassination, it was the first refreshment they got with LBJ ordering a few bottles to be cracked open for everybody on Airforce One).

the nine 28-08-2018 12:52 PM

I thought it was the water under the Sahara desert, the water that Gadafi spent billions taking it to Libya..

Anyone know where that water goes nowadays?

itsnotallrightjack 28-11-2018 05:31 PM


Originally Posted by Rogue (Post 1062799970)
Or rather the least amount of fluoride and other chemicals ?
Anyone know ?

Iceland. They have lots of clear springs that you can just drink from.

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