Arsenic is a naturally occurring mineral found in groundwater. Arsenic presents a serious health risk. It is regulated in drinking water because long-term exposure from drinking water can cause cancer in the skin, lungs, bladder and kidneys. As you can see from the chart above, Arsenic is concentrated in specific regions throughout the United States.
Arsenic is effectively removed from drinking water using an under-sink reverse osmosis system. These systems are highly effective against more than just arsenic. They can also remove or reduce other drinking water contaminants, including toxic chemicals (VOCs), trihalomethanes (THMs), lead and other heavy metals, fluoride, sodium, chlorine, tastes and odors.
Arsenic can also be removed or reduced using a water conditioning system with special arsenic reduction resin. This method is ideal for whole house filtration, in order to enjoy filtered water from every faucet in your home.
It is recommended to pretreat with chlorination, to convert arsenic 3 to arsenic 5, and then followed by carbon filtration. A conventional water softener is also recommended when there is high water hardness, as well as a particulate filter to remove excessive suspended solids. A properly designed system can reduce 50ppb of arsenic to below 10ppb.
This under-sink filtration system removes arsenic, as well as other harmful contaminants, from your drinking water.
This whole house filtration system includes a special resin that excels at removing arsenic from water.
Safety Zone Water Systems provides multiple system options to handle every application. Find out which water softener and filtration system is best for you.