Posted by crystalcleandrinkingwater on January 15, 2017 at 6:15 PM
WHAT IS IN OUR WATER?
Many potentially harmful contaminants have yet to be evaluated, much less regulated.
The E.P.A. has compiled a list of 100 potentially risky chemicals and 12 microbes that are known or expected to be found in public water systems, but are not yet regulated.
Multipure has been NSF to reduce up to 90 contaminants more than any other water filter on the market. Some companies tout their products as “tested according to NSF standards” or “meets NSF testing requirements,” but unless they have been officially NSF certified, such claims are not a guarantee of quality.
NSF is a third-party not-for profit organization that certifies product performance.
NSF International literally sets the standard for performance testing for drinking water filters, and their extensive testing and certification of Multipure products is proof of Multipure’s performance.
The NSF Certification is your assurance that the filter you buy really does filter out what it claims to.