If you have not yet visited the Risk Factors For
Drinking Water Contaminants or Treatment Methods
pages yet, you might want to take a look at them first, before sending me your question. They
contain information that should help you develop a more focused query.
If you have a question about
your water or comment/suggestions about the site please email me:
Activated Carbon (SBAC), water filtration system provides the best value for most people's
water purification needs (particularly those on municipal water). High
filters provide far better and longer
lasting protection from contaminants than cheap granular activated carbon (GAC)
filters (including pitcher filters), and they are also generally much less expensive to own than continually
purchasing bottled water. Most people, unless their water is really
do not need the additional expense of a reverse osmosis or distillation unit.
My family and I have been using our SBAC under-counter filter
since about 1996,
and we are extremely satisfied with the quality of water we enjoy. As
friends and family became interested in our filtration system, I decided to
become a distributor. I subsequently decided to make the information collected during
my research (and much more gathered since) available to those of you searching
the web for answers to your own drinking water questions. The caliper and
information currently on the Internet about drinking water quality, safety and treatment methods is
much greater than when I was searching for facts in 1996.
Unfortunately, the amount of hype, fiction and fraudulent information that's
available has increased even more.
Become informed about the
contaminants that might be in your water and the best treatment methods to
reduce them. Take the time to validate claims that are made about a
product (it is your health and the health of
your family that's at stake). Then shop wisely for a water treatment that will be the
best value for your specific needs.