Contaminant Removal

Contaminants are a threat to water quality, causing bad taste, odor, discoloration and negative health effects. Point-of-use/point-of-entry water treatment systems offer contaminant removal for water quality concerns such as arsenic, lead, sulfur and iron, as well as emerging contaminants such as personal care products and medications, to provide safe, clean drinking water.
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Nov 1 2005
Contamination is defined as the introduction of any undesirable physical, chemical or microbiological material into a water source. There are two…
Sep 23 2005
A joint study by AWWARF (American Water Works Association Research Foundation) and the U.S. EPA, POU/POE Implementation feasibility study for arsenic…
Sep 23 2003
The New York state Health Department has proposed cutting the permissible amount of the gasoline additive MTBE in public water systems to help…
Aug 18 2003
Whether it is an issue of limited space, material compatibility or just challenging feed water, there always will be a need for custom-engineered…
Aug 12 2003
Despite police efforts to rush him an antidote, a 4-month-old boy died of arsenic poisoning in Boston after he and his 2-year-old sister drank…
Jul 22 2003
In Chicago, city officials closed two River North restaurants and a hotel after discovering a potentially hazardous chemical in the building's water…
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