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Salt It's Serious

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“Salt”, a generic term used to describe certain pollutants that cannot be removed from wastewater in an economically feasible manner, can pose a big problem to our water supply and to the environment. Whether it comes from detergents, soaps, shampoos, water softeners, fertilizers, or some other commonly used household product, salts can collect and concentrate in our underground water supply, making the water unsuitable for human consumption and agricultural use. It is imperative that we use less salts and choose the salts we do use wisely, in order to protect the environment and our water for years to come.

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