Is the Zero B water not that safe?We have many Railway Stations in India, where this Zero B water is available. If we carry our own bottles, we can even fill that at a much cheaper price. However, the water does seem to be some chlorine content in it.
Is this okay, and is it safe? The fact that it is cheaper should not lead us to any problem, as such. Members who are fully conversant with this issue, may please clarity the actual position. In this connect, is the Railway water, now sold at Rs.15 okay? There does seem to be some malpractices as we really do not know if they are original at all.
Of course, the Bisleri and the Acqufina are so good, but also quite costly as well.