Desalinated seawater and groundwater are the two sources of water in UAE: While groundwater is used for agriculture in Al Ain and Liwa, drinking water is provided entirely from desalinated seawater across the Emirate.
But the short answer is that tap water here in Abu Dhabi is perfectly safe to drink. Many Abu Dhabi residents continue to use bottled water for drinking because they don't like the flavour of desalinated water, which tastes slightly different from freshwater.
Abu Dhabi water has chemicals sand dust and smell in groundwater, which can only be purified by a purifier. Hence, a good water purifier is a must to ensure safe drinking. This is because filtering water helps save water, and the amount of plastic bottles that would have been disposed of which causes pollution of the environment especially when not properly done becomes drastically reduced. Besides, filtering water helps with ensuring that you conserve water and avoid wasting it. Reverse osmosis filter systems are some of the strongest, most effective filters for drinking water. They are known to remove more than 99% of the most dangerous contaminants in the water. That includes heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, chlorine and other chemicals, and even hormones
Health Benefits of Water Purification -
You'll Have More Energy Throughout the Day.
Better Exercise for a Better Life.
Water Can Give Your Skin a Healthier Glow.
Water Purification Can Help With Weight Loss.
The Water Purification Process Removes Harmful Chemicals.
Clean Water Helps Digestion.
Water Purification Can Save Your Household Money.
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The methods used include physical processes such as filtration, sedimentation, and distillation; biological processes such as slow sand filters or biologically active carbon; chemical processes such as flocculation and chlorination; and the use of electromagnetic radiation such as ultraviolet light.