Fresh clean tee and clear storage containers are clean.
But they’re also the perfect choice for those who are looking to save on the cost of their water.
That’s because they contain a small amount of disinfectant, which helps keep the water safe.
If you’re unsure about whether a container is suitable for your home and whether it meets EPA guidelines, check out our video guide below.
The Clean Water Act states that a home must be at least 18 inches wide and at least 10 feet tall to be considered a safe source of drinking water.
The EPA says a home’s width, height and height ratio determine whether it is a safe water source.
To find out how wide a home is and how tall a home it’s from, check this chart:The EPA recommends drinking tap water from tap water, bottled water, and from sources that are at least 20 miles from your home.
A home’s height and width must be less than 6 feet tall.
To help you determine if your home meets the EPA guidelines for water quality, you can use this online tool.
If you live in an area with a water quality rating, use the EPA water quality tool to compare the levels of disinfectants in your tap water and bottled water.
You can also see how your water is performing in other areas around your home by looking at how long it takes to reach the average level of the EPA’s standards.
To find out whether a water source is certified as a safe drinking water source, check the list of certified drinking water sources.
For more information on drinking water, visit the EPA.