Water filtration devices meet IAPMO R&T, NSF/ANSI, EPA standards
Aquamira Technologies received certification for 29 of its products through International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) R&T. Aquamira participates in IAPMO's water systems certification program and earned the platinum seal. The company's water filtration devices also meet the NSF/ANSI and U.S. Envirnomental Protection Agency standards for drinking water safety.
"Certification sends a strong signal about product integrity, but more importantly it helps consumers make better decisions about health and safety," said Aquamira CEO Gary Cruikshank. "We hope people will begin to understand that asking a simple question: 'Are your water filters certified?' will help reduce unnecessary risk."
"Third-party testing in accordance with industry standards has been an integral part of our R&D since we started in 2005, so it was a natural step to demonstrate that our practices are certification worthy," said Aquamira COO Dennis Brown. "Any company can use marketing terminology to make claims that would be difficult for a consumer to dispute without access to a lab and insights into safe drinking water standards. Our feeling is that if a product claim is too good to be true ... it's probably not.
"Certification assures customers that manufacturers are consistent in their claims, test methods and standards. Consumers can be confident that certified products meet industry standards and not a random standard designed to enhance the perceived quality or performance of a product."
For a complete listing of all certifications for each product listed for sale from the company, visit www.aquamira.com/products/.