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I would like to know the hazards of drinking continuously uv treated water for daily consumption. What harm does it cause to our body? Whether there are chances of developing cancer or such growth due to radiation on drinking water & it's continuous intake? What are other hazards that may cause problems for human body if you consume only UV treated water all the time?



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There is absolutely no harm with water treated with uv waves to kill bacteria, etc. The uv waves are energy and it is long gone before you drink it.

Steve Sample



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