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    Our fridge is plumbed in with water filter so we use that, our water consumption has increased dramatically since we have cold water easily accessible without having to fill jugs etc. Love my fridge.

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    Our fridge is plumbed with water filter as well, plus we have a hot/cold water cooler in the family room but work pays for that !

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    Tap water. We already pay the water bill, why would I go and buy bottled water on top of that?

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    Tap water

    I'm lucky enough to live near one of the Mt. Franklin bottling sources, so our tap water is the same stuff people buy in bottles!!!

    When we lived in Adelaide i only drank bottled water.

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    Tap water for me.

    Has anyone got one of those water dispensers on their sink that provides instant hot water, filtered water or carbonated water? I would love this as I drink a lot of tea and coffee and sparkling water.

    Would love to get one but they are expensive. Has anyone had any experience with one?

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    It's called a zip hydro tap

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    Was happy with tap water until mid last year when our estate did earthworks and got dirt and sand into the pipes. We had to start buying bottled water cos the tap water was cloudy and filthy for months. Still doesnt taste nice to this day, so we continue to buy bottled water.

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    Tap water with added fluoride. Much better for your teeth and the environment I must admit to having a slight addiction to sparking mineral water, through buying bottled water on a regular basis makes me feel pretty bloody guilty so I have cut down a lot!

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    Tap water. It's cold here so it's always refreshing.

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    Tap water here, it tastes fine I do buy bottled occasionally if I'm out.

    Ever since I fell pregnant with DD1 I went off water, I don't drink enough of it to this day (5 years later) but that's another thread entirely.


 

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