Recently in the news we have heard a lot about Chromium in drinking water and we want to be sure and discuss with you how this can be addressed. Hexavalent chromium refers to chemical compounds that contain the element chromium in the +6 oxidation state. Virtually all chromium ore is processed via hexavalent chromium, specifically the salt sodium dichromate. In recognizing the negative health effects of drinking water tainted with trace levels of Chromium VI, (also known ...[READ MORE]
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]
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?
PRESS RELEASE Millions of Americans are at potential risk from Chromium VI contamination in their drinking water. Homeowners can protect themselves from the contaminant with a Multipure drinking water system. New reports from the Washington Post and the Environmental Working Group (EWG) indicate the suspected carcinogen is more widespread than previously thought – appearing in the drinking water of 31 major cities across the US. Chromium six (Cr (VI), hexavalent chromium) is a metal species ...[READ MORE]