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Our government has set minimum quality standards for water sources. Still, miles of pipe and multiple factors make it possible for municipal or well water to be contaminated.
A number of contaminants have been identified in drinking water.
These contaminants reach drinking water supplies from various sources, including municipal and industrial discharges, urban and rural run-off, drinking water distribution materials, the drinking water treatment process and natural geological formations in groundwater.
Reverse Osmosis drinking water systems are designed to reduce and remove contaminants in drinking water such as sodium, copper, lead, nitrates, sulfates, fluoride, chlorine, chlorides, radium, arsenic, barium, trihalomethanes, and more. Carbon pre-filtration stages, of a reverse osmosis system, such as activated carbon filters and block carbon filters also remove volatile organic compounds (VOC'S) such as MTBE, PFOA/PFOS, pesticides, benzene, terpenes, toluene, and many more to supply a healthy source of drinking water for the home and family.
With Beauchamp, your custom solution is cost-effective and easy to maintain.
Multiple factors can lead to water contaminants
Municipal or city water
- Municipalities work hard to deliver clean water to residents. However, some contaminants may remain.
- They also disinfect bacteria in water supplies by adding chlorine. They add fluoride and other chemicals, too, which add a distinctive taste and odor.
- Other impurities can easily enter through groundwater or along many miles of water pipelines.
Residential well water
Well water may be at an even greater risk than municipal water for issues related to: