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property of water. At our Forest Park Water Treatment Plant, ozone is used as the primary disinfectant and injected into the raw and finished water as part of the overall treatment process. The colder the water supply entering the plant, the more entrained oxygen remains in the water throughout this process. As the treated water flows through our distribution system, the temperature rises due to the fact that the mains and piping are buried well below the frost line. As this temperature increase occurs the water must release this dissolved oxygen, but cannot because the distribution system is operated under pressure. This system-wide occurrence, which appears throughout the cold weather months, is related to water temperature. Unlike ground water supplies where water temperature remains relatively constant throughout the year, the temperature of the surface water supply fluctuates seasonally with the weather. As the temperature of the water decreases, the capacity of the water to retain dissolved oxygen increases. Although 4 out of 5 dentists may recommend it, over a half-century after its introduction in the United States the debate over whether or not to fluoridate the public water supply remains as pleasant an experience as having a root canal performed. There are still many unanswered questions regarding the fluoridation issue and the volatile mixture of ‘science and scare’ tactics that are being used by both sides to promote this issue are, unfortunately, playing on public sentiment. Last and not least is that some studies have concluded that fluoride at moderately low levels may be linked to osteosarcoma, neurotoxicity, disruption of thyroid function, skeletal fluorosis and contribute to the onset of osteoporosis. With the aging of the population as a whole, fluoridation of the public water supply may seem counterproductive by some consumers. Many water users such as electronics manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and food processors cannot tolerate fluoride in their process water. Removing it from the water is very difficult and extremely costly because the fluoride molecule is very small. The equipment necessary to add fluoride to the water supply and regulate the dosage to these strict parameters is very costly and each individual entry point would need to be outfitted.