Articles tagged contaminants
NSF: Aquasana drinking water filters reduce Teflon
Aquasana drinking water filters are the first products to earn NSF certification to reduce Teflon. Remove teflon from drinking water In the News — December 1, 2016
A. O. Smith, United Way partner to provide water filtration to Milwaukee
A. O. Smith, United Way partner to support Mayor, City of Milwaukee Health Department to provide water filtration products to Milwaukee residents. water filters for Milwaukee In the News — November 7, 2016
Healthy & harmful: Chromium
Chromium-3 helps regulate blood sugar and HDL cholesterol, but Chromium-6 is a toxic heavy metal Chromium-3 vs. Chromium-6 In the News — November 1, 2016
Aquasana’s Reverse Osmosis on the Today Show
Showcased on the Today Show, Aquasana’s Reverse Osmosis water filter is NSF certified to remove Chromium 6, lead, fluoride and over 70 more toxins. Certified to Remove Chromium 6 In the News — October 21, 2016
Aquasana Water Filter Removes Over 97% of Chromium-6 Carcinogen Found in All 50 states
In response to chromium-6 found in the drinking water of 218 million Americans, families across the country should filter their water with an NSF-certified reverse osmosis system. Removing Chromium-6 In the News — October 17, 2016
Great tasting, healthy water has never been easier to get, wherever you are. Our new Active line takes professional grade filtration and makes it portable. No installation or plumbing required. Clean Water Machine & Bottle In the News — October 11, 2016
Do Aquasana Water Filters Remove Chromium 6?
Important information from Aquasana regarding chromium-6 contamination in water supplies across the United States. Chromium-6 Removal Info Water Education — September 22, 2016
What's in Your Water?
Some people believe a good rule of thumb for clean water is “no taste, no odor, and no color.” But ask a scientist, and they’ll tell you that there are a lot of dangerous, taste-free, odorless, colorless contaminants that could very well be in your read more Water Education — August 16, 2016