Producing water with a lower limestone content is not just a question of user comfort. It is also a case of responding to environmental, economic and public health issues:
The change in our consumption patterns results in the appearance of new pollutants in water. Called “micropollutants”, these emerging pollutants are found in very low concentrations, by the micro or nanogram per litre:
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