Arsenic Removal From Water

A semi-metal, naturally occurring element, arsenic may be introduced into a water supply as a by-product of certain agricultural and industrial processes.

Arsenic is:

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – which has set a maximum contaminant level of 10 parts per billion (ppb) – reports that ground water sources, including wells, are more likely to have increased levels of arsenic than surface and municipal water supplies.

The two types most commonly found in water include arsenic III (the dissolved or ionic form) and arsenic V (particulate). In order to remove arsenic or other contaminants, it’s essential to get a qualified water analysis from a dependable source like Clearwater Systems before purchasing any type of filter. Our testing is free and reliable.

If your water contains arsenic – in particular, arsenic III – a Clearwater Systems whole-house arsenic filtration system will oxidize and eliminate it, protecting the well being of you and your family.

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