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Hey! It's Wally! For us to get to Huron Park it takes a lot of travelling!
And then they join us with our great friend Chlorine!
First, we are pumped out of the ground and sent through pipelines. Then we stop at a water purification plant. We are pumped under pressure of about 80 pounds per square inch.
To make us healthy for the students at Huron Park. They must remove the Calcium, Magnesium, and other Metal Ions floating around us.
Fluoride and Sodium are naturally found floating around with us.
This is called water softening, it lengthens the life of plumbing, so the metal doesn't rust out the pipes.
Fluoride is healthy because they prevent cavities. But too much Sodium could be harmful to some.
Now that Chlorine has neutralized the metals. And more chemicals were added to disinfect the germs and bacteria at the purification plant. Huron Park students are ready to drink!
Wow! I love Huron Parks water, I'm going to drink it every day!
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