RainSoft Drinking Water Systems Certified to Reduce Chromium
Recent reports indicating Hexavalent Chromium in water supplies across the nation have added to the growing awareness of water quality concerns. American consumers are more aware of the quality of their drinking water and the options they have to protect their families.
- According to data from the EPA, water districts in California routinely use a level of 0.06 ppb of hexavalent chromium in drinking water as a target goal for drinking water distribution.
- The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has found that in 25 of the 35 cities tested, the levels of hexavalent chromium, widely considered a probable carcinogen, exceeded that level.
- RainSoft produces reverse osmosis drinking water systems that are NSF and WQA certified for 97.7% reduction of the chemical hexavalent chromium.