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Perfluorinated Chemicals In Your Water?

Last Updated:August 1st 2016

“I’m very angry. They’ve known about this for how long, and they’re just telling us? I drank water throughout my pregnancy. What is that going to do?”

–Carmen Soto, a resident of Fountain, Colorado, after learning that her community’s drinking water supply is contaminated with unsafe levels of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).
Fountain is located near five U.S. military installations, and could be one of an estimated 2,000 sites across the country where drinking water has been polluted by PFCs contained in a firefighting substance used by the military. (The New York Times)


So sad, when all you need do is have a water filter like our Ultrastream. Here is the link to the fact sheet from the NSF.

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