Clean drinking water can be achieved in a residential home in many different ways. The primary source of water for most people over the years has been city water. However, the process of removing the solid components found in the water means the water is drinkable, but may not have a good taste. Residential homes in the country will have a well, but the water needs to be treated to remove dissolved solids. The use of a reverse osmosis system will offer many benefits to a residential ...[READ MORE]
Recent coverage of hexavalent chromium (also known as chromium 6) in some of our nation's water supplies vilified the wrong institutions: our municipal water utilities. The real culprits are the industries that dump this and other pollutants into our drinking water sources, and the elected officials who are short-sightedly failing to fund our drinking and wastewater systems. I repeat: tap water and the public agencies that provide it are not the enemy. A vital resource, tap water is sometimes ...[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]
According to the EPA, exposure to lead in drinking water can result in delayed physical or neurologic development in infants and children, and can cause high blood pressure, kidney problems, and cancer in adults. Moreover, a growing body of evidence suggests adverse health effects result even at blood levels below the 10 µg/dL “level of concern” at which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends intervention. “Lead in water is an underappreciated source of lead intake,” ...[READ MORE]
Environmental Working Group researcher Nneka Leiba explains the health concerns of fluoridated tap water and outlines what kind of filtering processes work best, particularly if you're bottle-feeding an infant using powdered formula mixed with tap water. Related: What is Reverse Osmosis?
If you are a subscriber to Dr. Mercola's website, you will have gotten an e-mail today entitled "The Most Dangerous Types of Water You Can Drink". When you click on the link, it takes you to his Pure & Clear website where he is now promoting another water filter. At the top of the post of course is a video where he discusses why you need a water filter. Here is the video. Everything Dr. Mercola discusses is 100% accurate in terms of contaminants and why you need a filter system. All is ...[READ MORE]
Multi-Pure® is the Top-Rated & Best Performing Water Filtration system in the U.S. Tested & Certified by NSF for reduction of these major contaminants: Arsenic, Lead, VOC's, Cysts, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Asbestos, MTBE, Mercury, PCB's, Chloramines and many more.Multi-Pure® NSF Certified Solid Carbon Block Drinking Water Filters For the Home & Office, Including, under sink, coutnter top, whole house filters and Bottle-less water coolers for your home or office which include a ...[READ MORE]
Why I Recommend The Multipure Water Filter Over All Other Filters Some of my readers may say that this is a biased opinion since I am a distributor for the Multipure company and that I am only trying to sell water filters. Well...to tell you the truth, I am a distributor for several other water filter companies as well as Multipure. I have been in the water filter business now going on 7 years. I temporarily worked for Rain Soft, but I didn't stay with them because in my opinion their products ...[READ MORE]