What you need to know about sulphur water in Canada

A new report from a consulting firm has some important recommendations for you.

It suggests that Canadians should not drink tap water contaminated with the toxic chemical methylmercury.

But you should be able to get some of the water they’re drinking from local sources if you follow the advice on the package.

Read more: What to do if you find methylmercerates in tap water in your areaHere’s how to get the water you’re drinking.

In the report, EcoSciences’ Dr. Richard Nolen, director of its water quality project, said the risk of methylmercarates in drinking water is low and that it’s relatively easy to remove them.

The problem is that methylmerCres is found in the water, and it’s in the form of methyl-mercoumarins, the compounds that cause methylmercation, he said.

These compounds are in the wastewater and sewage and they are being removed by the wastewater treatment plants and can be detected by monitoring.

So you can actually use that water and not necessarily drink it.

The report recommends that Canadians drink tapwater containing at least 1 ppm of methylmCres, which is between 0.7 and 0.8 ppm.

If you’re using tap water with methylmercorates in it, you can use the water to drink.

But, the report also warns that it is extremely hard to identify the source of methyls.

There’s a lot of information available on the internet that tells you which contaminants can be found in drinking waters.

For example, the Canadian Association of Drinking Water Inspectors recommends that consumers only use tap water that’s been treated with a filtration system, as methylmerCs are toxic to bacteria.

So, it’s best to be cautious and to be very vigilant about the source and how you’re handling the water.

If you don’t know where your tap water comes from, you may want to look at the labels to find out.

You can check your local water supply to see if it contains methylmercs, or if there are any other contaminants in the tap water.

The recommendations aren’t set in stone, but they’re intended to help consumers make educated decisions about whether they should drink the water that comes from a tap or a well.

For the first time, EcoSolution has collected data on the level of methylcres in drinking tap water across Canada.

The company, which works with water utilities and other organizations, says that the data will help governments make informed decisions about how to manage methylmercy and other toxic contaminants in drinking streams and rivers.

The company, EcoResearch, says it’s the first and only company to collect this kind of information for drinking water in North America.

For example, if the company collects the information and compares it to what’s on tap, it will show you what’s in drinking supplies and where it’s coming from.

This data will inform public health officials and local officials, as well as other health-care providers.