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Remove Lead From Water

No matter where you live there are tiny amounts of lead in your drinking water. While most places the amount is so minuscule you will never see an effects from it. However, there are certain parts the country that removing lead from your water is very important. As recently as 2010 New York had discovered dangerous levels in 14% of the local water supply. The solution? They recommended that citizens run the water for 30 seconds before using it.

Most cities have removed all of the old lead pipes bringing you water to your home. But, as New York and now Flint Michigan have shown, you never can know for sure. Flint is another nightmare all together, as the contamination there was not due to old pipes but a bad decision overall. Unfortunately the officials have recently announced that the lead contamination is so bad it is beyond what filtration can remove.

In most cases though removing lead from water can be done simply by adding a reverse osmosis system to your water supply. Having a whole house system can actually remove upto 95% of lead from your water.

Some people believe that by boiling your water you can actually remove the lead. Unfortunately, this could not be farther from the truth. Boiling water actually increases the amount of lead in the water. This is true for a lot of contaminants in your water. As the water evaporates through steam the contaminants are too heavy and increase in concentration due to less water.

With a good filtration system removing lead from water is painless. Any RO filtration system will get the job done. Weather you decide on an under sink model or a whole house system you will have the peace of mind knowing you are getting pure uncontaminated water out of your faucet.

Remove Fluoride From Water

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12 Easy Tips to Save Water in the Bathroom

Regardless of where you call home, clean drinking water is a precious resource. However, several states, including California, are undergoing a severe water shortage making water conservation even more critical. We recommend using a step-by-step approach to lowering water usage around the house. By looking at each area one at a time, we can address the [...]

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The ongoing water shortage in states like California highlights the need for responsible water use and conservation. However, there is so much information available when looking for ways to reduce water use, that if taken in total, it can be quite overwhelming. Our advice is to take a step-by-step approach to reducing water use, looking at [...]

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We've Relaunched ReverseOsmosis.com!

For nearly 20 years our mission has been to help people have the best tasting and safe water for their family, business, or farm. Since we launched reverseosmosis.com in 2010, tens of thousands of customers have trusted us to help them solve their water challenges by visiting our website, relying on our in-house water experts, [...]

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Is Iron in Drinking Water Safe?

Iron is the most plentiful element on Earth, forming much of the Earth’s outer and inner core. Since iron is so abundant and occurs naturally in soil, it is very common to for iron to find it’s way into our groundwater or well water, and eventually to our homes, families, and pets. Iron can also [...]

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Testing Your Water for Total Dissolved Solids and Other Contaminants

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How Water Filters Eliminate Impurities

Water filtration is divided into different stages and classifications. Most water filtration methods differ in the kind of process and classification of water contaminants it removes during the process. How filters eliminate impurities in water greatly depends on the water filtration process and the filter equipment itself.For example, reverse osmosis systems remove impurities in water by [...]

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Difference Between Distilled & Reverse Osmosis Water

Reverse osmosis and distillation are the most common and most effective water purification methods. Reverse osmosis is a water purification method wherein all water contaminants that are smaller than water molecules are removed by a reverse osmosis system. Distillation on the other hand, is where water contaminants are removed by boiling and the evaporated water is [...]

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