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Limescale on tap? Drink up, says CER - it's good for your heart

Consumers living in hard water areas have been told they will not quality for a discount on their water charges, because the presence of high levels of limescale is good news.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
3rd August, 2014

Consumers living in hard water areas have been told they will not quality for a discount on their water charges, because the presence of high levels of limescale is good news for their hearts.

The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) had been urged to reduce bills for people whose water has high levels of limescale. But CER said it was not appropriate to offer a reduction based on water hardness because it does not make...

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