Dangerous Tap Water Contaminants on the Rise

Drugs on tap.

Recent studies have shown that contamination of our water sources is on the increase by dangerous tap water contaminants such as endocrine disruptors, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products. The endocrine …

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How Does Reverse Osmosis Remove Fluoride?

Toxic Sodium Fluorosilicate is likely added to your water.

There are three predominant ways to remove fluoride water, Reverse Osmosis, or Activated Alumina filters, or Deionizers. Reverse osmosis is the most effective and cost effective way to remove fluoride …

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How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

Water flow through a Reverse Osmosis Cartridge.

A reverse osmosis system uses pressure to force water molecules through a semi permeable filter with microscopic pores that are so small they only allow the smallest molecules, like water …

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How Small is a Water Molecule?

Water Molecule Close Up

So, how big is a single water molecule in micrometers? The quick answer is:   The diameter of a water molecule (H2O) is closely calculated to be about 0.000282 µm …

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