You may be surprised to learn how much water you can actually drink without getting a taste of chlorine in your system.
The World Health Organisation says drinking too much of the toxic compound can cause dehydration and heart disease.
It recommends that anyone who needs to drink a lot of water should drink at least five glasses per day.
But the best way to conserve water is to keep drinking at least three glasses per week.
The key to reducing your risk of getting a chlorine taste is to drink water with a pH of 3 or higher.
This is the same as the pH of your drinking tap, but is considered safe when used by most home brewers.
Drinking too much water could lead to a severe stomach upset, nausea and vomiting, and a decrease in your overall health, according to the Australian College of Homebrewers.
The acidity of water will decrease over time as it gets absorbed by the stomach, which is the digestive tract of the human body.
However, it is important to drink enough water to meet your needs and avoid getting too much.
If you’re planning on using a water purifier, the following tips can help you stay hydrated and prevent stomach upset.
If it’s not in your area, you can get the free UK-based Hydrate UK to help you conserve water: Get your drinking supply ready before heading out Get your supply ready for an event, festival or other event You can prepare your water supply by using a drip or bottle system.
Using drip systems is particularly important during times of heavy rain and for drinking water.
If your tap water isn’t flowing, try drinking from a water bottle.
The bottle should have a lid on the top so it doesn’t get stuck in the filter.
Fill the bottle with water from the tap, and fill it to the top with filtered water.
Repeat until all the water is gone.
If there are no water bottles available, try using a cup to drink from.
If that doesn’t work, you may need to use a filter that’s attached to a drinking machine.
For example, if you have a water filter, it should be fitted with a lid so that the water can drain through the filter to the drinking water supply.
To find out if your water purification system is in your region, call Hydrate on 1300 888 732 or visit the Hydrate website.
If all goes well, you should see the bottle sitting in your tap at the end of the day.
The next day, take it out to the kitchen and fill up your water bottle again with filtered drinking water before heading home.
Water purification machines are typically powered by a pump and can deliver up to 100 liters per minute.
A bottle can usually contain up to six litres of water.
You can fill your bottle with filtered tap water or bottled water, or tap water from a tap, if your tap doesn’t have a filter.
For more information on the safety of drinking tap water, go to the Water Safety website.