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NSF is pleased to announce the release of two new
verification reports and statements for the ETV Drinking Water Treatment
Systems (DWTS) Pilot: the Koch Membrane Systems TFC-ULP4 Reverse Osmosis
Membrane Module and the PentaPure H-3000-I Mobile Water Purification Station.
After completing ETV testing, the EPA and NSF have approved
these reports for distribution.
These reports are located in their entirety on the NSF and
EPA web sites. You can download these reports
as well as other ETV project documents from the NSF ETV web site at: href="http://www.nsf.org/etv">http://www.nsf.org/etv and the EPA ETV web
site at http://www.epa.gov/etv. style="mso-spacerun: yes"> We are anticipating the completion of more
verification reports in 2001. If you
would like additional information on the systems being tested or the ETV
Program in general, please do not hesitate to contact Kristie Wilhelm, of NSF