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Do You Clean Your Water?
So many of us simply don't feel confident that it is safe to drink tap water from inside of our own homes. With chemicals such as chromium and lead infiltrating headlines with connections to birth defects, autism, neurological disorders, and even to cancer, water concerns run rampant.
An estimated $11.8 billion is spent on bottled water each year in the United States. Almost 10 years ago, as our family rolled out an overfilled recycling can each week I began to consider the amount of empty plastic water bottles of family was buying and consuming. The reality was a green living awakening. There had to be better, eco-friendly options.
Eliminating the expense of bottled water, ZeroWater offers a patented 5-stage filtration system and removes 50% more dissolved solids and impurities from our water than conventional filters. The Pitcher Filtration system is BPA-Free, certified by NSF (National Science Foundation International), and available in 6, 10, 12, and 23 cup pour size. The 23 cup Dispenser is convenient for families, and fits well inside of most standard refrigerators.
ZeroWater's patented 5-Stage Ion Exchange Filter inventively removes impurities from water as the only filter certified to reduce lead and chronium. From the pitcher's dispenser, we have water for drinking, cooking, and taking on-the-go in our refillable water bottles.
In the words of Monica from Friends, "Water rules!" Taste the difference with ZeroWater, "Get more out of your water."
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