In this week’s RTE special, we look at why some people, including many of those living in rural areas, are hesitant to drink from their tap, even in the case of a tap water that has been distilled and treated.
What are the health concerns about tap water?
The most common concern about tap drinking is that it could be contaminated with contaminants, particularly the chemical thallium.
It’s not completely unknown for residents to have thallial contamination.
It’s been known to cause liver problems, and it has been linked to cancers in humans and animals.
There’s also the issue of water quality.
Some people are concerned about the quality of the water.
In 2013, the Royal College of Physicians said that tap water was safe to drink, but some residents in Perth’s suburbs are still concerned about their water.
In a study published in the Lancet in 2014, researchers found that water samples taken from people living in Perth and Perthshire had elevated levels of lead.
Lead has been identified as a possible carcinogen in humans, and there are currently concerns that lead can cause brain damage and other neurological conditions.
This was the case in Perth, where lead levels were around 5,000 parts per million, more than 20 times higher than the national average.
Lead exposure is a major concern in Perthshire.
In 2015, more people were found to have lead poisoning than in any other county in Australia.
The study also found that in Perth city centres, the number of people who were exposed to lead was significantly higher than in other parts of the city.
These numbers may not be surprising given that Perthshire is also home to Perth’s largest copper smelter, which is also located in the Perthshire town of Coober Pedy.
Lead is also found in drinking water.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a list of some of the contaminants found in Perth water, including lead, cadmium, mercury, arsenic, copper, lead salts, zinc, cadmo and arsenic monoxide.
A study published by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) found that Perth residents were exposed more to lead than residents of other parts in Australia and were more likely to develop certain types of cancers.
In fact, lead was found to be a factor in 1 in every 20 deaths in the country in 2015.
Lead in water is often linked to the presence of lead, a metal that is toxic to the nervous system.
It can be toxic if ingested, but can also be found in the bodies of fish and mammals.
There is no safe level of lead in drinking-water.
When it comes to health issues, there is a difference between drinking water that is safe for your body to drink and drinking water with lead in it.
Drinking tap water can lead to kidney and liver problems if you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or high levels of the nitrate nitrite, which causes nitrites to form.
This can lead, in turn, to kidney problems.
In some countries, there are laws in place that require people to take the water home, and this can help to prevent lead poisoning in people.
But these measures do not always work.
People are more likely than others to drink tap water from an aquifer, which has water that does not come from the tap.
This means that the water is treated with chemicals that can affect the water quality, especially if the water has been treated in a way that has caused it to be contaminated.
In the case at hand, the drinking water had been treated with chloramines, which are chemicals used to treat water, and were also used to remove lead from tap water.
This treatment also removed some of thallum, a chemical that has previously been linked with increased cancer rates in humans.
However, some residents are wary about drinking tap water at all, and some argue that it’s too risky.
We have a problem in this country, says Michael Tovey, a Perth-based lawyer and environmental advocate.
Why should we pay for water that’s not safe for us to drink?
The Royal College for Public Health (RCPH) says there is no scientific evidence to suggest that drinking tap is a good idea.
However it has also said that it is safe to use a water filter if you can afford it, and the RCPH recommends using tap water in a public bathroom.
However, the RCPh says that drinking water should not be treated with the chemicals and chemicals that are in tap water and should instead be treated in the kitchen.
“People should be aware that they can drink water if they are drinking from an aquarium, but we also know that if you do drink from an Aquarium tank, you should be doing the same thing that you would do if you were drinking from a tap,” says Michael.
Michael also says that water should be treated as water.
He says it’s a mistake to use tap