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Dean.Shyy Group Title

It should be known that bacteria and viruses can come in ALL sizes and vary in resistance. So, if sludge can be converted to pure, safe drinkable water, do you still think it is safe to drink?

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    nope , absolutely not drinking depends on degree of purification

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    Based on how you worded the question i would. You said that the sludge would be converted to safe drinkable water, so i would think that it is safe to drink

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    yes, if the technology used for disinfection is sound and analysis proves it

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