Drinking water pollution comes from many sources. Surface water can become contaminated with agricultural runoff, community landfills, and hazardous waste from manufacturing byproducts. Groundwater can become contaminated from gasoline and MTBE leaks from underground storage tanks, or from the injection of hazardous waste into deep wells. Significant growth of the drinking water treatment industry can be attributed to the consumer demand for products that can 1) protect them from potentially ...[READ MORE]
Comparing Water Filter Systems Concerned about the safety of your drinking water? Don't really know how to compare the quality of various brands of water filters on the market today? More than 30 years after the passage of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, the safety of our drinking water is often in the news and on consumers' minds. Health-conscious consumers concerned about the safety of their drinking water are seeking water treatment devices that will allow them to control the quality of ...[READ MORE]
Food and water watch has put together a video and guide for safe tap water and how to chose a water filter. Take Back the Tap Guide to Safe Tap Water Tap water is tested more frequently for safety concerns than bottled water, but the water quality reports issued by local utilities can be confusing to read. Use this guide to help understand these reports and why they are important. Then get tips on finding the right filter for your household tap water based on the water quality in your ...[READ MORE]
Ed Amerault - Multipure independent distributor discusses the reason why solid carbon block technology is better than the old gac (granulated activated carbon) water filters.
Brita's Aquaview In 2009, a comparison/analysis was conducted for Engr308 Technology and the Environment at Humboldt State University by students Bryan Thomson, Dana Martin, Kristi Morton and Kristy Method. The class project's goal was to determine which drinking water system is the best for Arcata, Humboldt County, California residents, or anyone else, who wants to make the least impact on their wallet and the environment while receiving the healthiest water possible. Multi-Pure's ...[READ MORE]
Comparing Water Filters How do we compare one water filter to another? Source: http://whatsthebestwaterfilter.com/CompareWaterFilters.htm Written by Yolanda White Comparing water filters is hard because most of them do not clearly have the information on their web site as to which chemicals their filters remove, and many are not even certified by NSF. Beware of companies who make claims which are not backed up. Anyone can make a claim about anything. There are hundreds of water filters and to ...[READ MORE]
Have you been searching for the best, safest drinking water available for your family? If so, look no further. Multipure's Water filtration devices have been certified by NSF International® to reduce the most contaminants over any other water filter on the market today. Only Multipure Drinking Water Systems are certified to reduce Lead, Mercury, Cyst, Asbestos, VOC, MTBE, PCB, Chloramine, and Arsenic V. By carefully reviewing the certification of a product, consumers can make an informed ...[READ MORE]
Although there are hundreds of brands of home water filters, they all rely on a small number of technologies to remove contaminants, That does not mean that every filter using a given technology is as good as another, but it does mean that you can get a good idea of the general pros and cons of the different systems relatively easily. A few tips to keep in mind when looking at filters: •Some filters use a combination of technologies, while others rely on a single one. •To ensure that a filter ...[READ MORE]