3 February 2020,

Water filtration is an essential part of our daily lives and a vital process that removes impurities from water for safe utilization.

Regulated water treatment processes are in place to meet standards for Industrial use and human consumption.

Public water is filtered and treated before it reaches your home, but most of your water still contains some regulated levels of chemical additives and other contaminants.

After treatment, water flows through a distribution system sometimes containing old pipes that can introduce additional impurities as it makes its way to your faucet.

Physical filters work to remove bacteria, protozoa and microbial cysts that can cause disease.

Installing a home water filtration system can minimize these contaminants and potential toxins; ensuring drinking water is free from lead, mercury, pharmaceuticals, and industrial chemicals.

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