ZeroWater Highlights Dangers in Drinking Water Supplies
Although many Americans trust in their local water supplies, several recent studies show that drinking water could be contaminated with a variety of toxins. ZeroWater observes the health impact dirty water can have on an individual and offers solutio
Bensalem, Pennsylvania (I-Newswire) September 6, 2012 - Most Americans know that drinking water is a fundamental part of health; staying hydrated ensures that metabolisms remain steady, organs function properly and skin and hair appear healthy. However, a recent article from The Huffington Post suggests that many water lovers may be doing more harm than good if they are relying on their local tap water as their source of hydration. Having lived in Seoul, Korea, Dr. Susanne Bennett outlines how precious purified water is. In the article she discusses how her family had to boil water to make sure that it was clean enough to drink, and while many Americans believe that their local water supplies are safe, recent studies suggest otherwise. In response to these findings, ZeroWater encourages all citizens to drink purified water in order to restore personal health.
As a “Natural Allergy Expert and Environment Advocate,” Bennett highlights how toxic American drinking water can be and that the issue is not limited to those living in rural areas. She cites a New York Times investigation that discovered “American tap water contributes to rashes and skin burns, erodes tooth enamel, and often contains arsenic, lead, barium and other toxic chemicals.” In addition, the EPA revealed that one out of every five schools investigated in a nationwide study were found in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act during the past decade. Bennett also observes that even though many Americans believe fluoridated water is beneficial to health, fluoride was found to be “a toxic substance that destroys teeth in developing children and babies” in a study published in The Journal of the American Dental Association.
Although the article suggests whole-home filtration systems or reverse osmosis units to help purify drinking water, ZeroWater notes that these products can prove costly and time-consuming. In order to help individuals attain drinking water from of total dissolved solids, ZeroWater introduced its five-stage ion exchange filter in a variety of products.
Although these products function much like other water filtration pitchers, ZeroWater notes that it is the only gravity-fed filtration system that matches the level of total dissolved solids found in purified bottled water.
About Zero Technologies, LLC:
ZeroWater, LLC - based in Bensalem, PA - has developed the ZeroWater Filtration System with the mission of delivering the best filtration possible to consumers through its patented 5-stage ion exchange filter which removes virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS). No other filter pitcher or dispenser can make this claim. By removing virtually all TDS, ZeroWater is the only gravity-fed filtration system to match the TDS levels found in Purified Bottled Water.
To date, the breakthrough ZeroWater filter has received certifications by NSF International and the Water Quality Association for the removal of copper, iron, zinc, aluminum, lead, chromium, mercury, chlorine and hydrogen sulfide.
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