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Looking for a sturdy water cooler that filters flouride and alkalizes

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I have a bladder pain condition and I have to be really careful with the type of water I consume or it causes me severe pain. I just dropped $200 on santevia water cooler and when I opened up the box the container was dirty and it was also cracked so I had to return it to the store. The item was packed poorly with no padding whatsoever and there were heavy items inside the cooler container. The plastic of the cooler was very flimsy and I did not want another one because I could just see it breaking so easily. Due to the employee being so incredibly rude to me about returning it I did not want to purchase anything else at that store which is the only health food store in my area… I'm kind of lost at where I can buy a high-quality system that's going to be worth the money and not break before I even open the box. I really want to remove heavy metals of course but also fluoride and I need the water to be alkaline. Any help would be appreciated thank you so much

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SMART seeks $148,000 from FEMA for storm damage

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The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency is seeking federal emergency money after last winter’s storms caused damage to the system, including a slide near the Puerto Suello Hill Tunnel in San Rafael. The SMART Board of Directors approved a request this week to seek $148,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds for flood damage that destroyed electrical equipment, caused track problems and slides along the rail route.

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CalPIRG: Oakland schools need to do more to get lead out

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Although the Oakland Unified School District is addressing high lead levels in water taps at several schools, consumer group CalPIRG says more needs to be done to keep children safe. Fourteen Oakland Unified schools have been found to have at least one drinking fixture with lead levels exceeding the federal recommended cap of 15 parts per billion, according to the district’s website, where test results are posted as they are received.

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