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ge reverse osmosis water filters - here\'s the scoop!

by:Lvyuan      2021-01-21
No \"GE reverse osmosis water filter \"-
Sounds like a good thing?
It should be good if GE put their name on the water filter, right?
The first is some background: you already know that there is a problem with our water, otherwise you will not be looking for information about the water filter all the time.
One problem is that our water supply is getting polluted by drugs.
Prescription and overdosethe-
More and more people have found prescription drugs.
We consume, we excrete.
Or discard without consumption)
These substances will eventually enter our rivers and groundwater.
Because our water treatment plants, at least to a large extent, are not designed to filter out these chemicals, they end up in our tap water.
From antibiotics to painkillers, such as ibuprofen and codeine, to hormones, to sunscreen, to cancer chemotherapy, to-depressants--
Anything you can think of can be found in our water.
Drugs are only part of the problem.
The study found that due to about 2100 chemicals used by industry, agriculture and families, about 80,000 chemicals can be found in our water.
We know that many of these chemicals are dangerous.
We do not know many of them, and we do not know in particular the effects of the combination of drinking chemicals.
Up to now, most drugs have been found at very low levels and may be too low to cause problems. . .
But we are not sure what the long-term impact will be, especially for babies and children.
Scientists are different, but many people are very worried.
What if, for example, a bacteria were immune to the action of a particular antibiotic?
We know there\'s a problem.
How can we solve this problem?
The best answer is the household filtration unit, where GE reverse osmosis water filter is an example.
Reverse osmosis filters are one of the two main types sold in the United StatesS.
The GE reverse osmosis water filter is probably better in its class.
One problem with all reverse osmosis systems, however, is that they waste water.
Every time a gallon of filtered water is produced, it wastes about three to ten gallons of water, which, depending on the system, is discharged into the sewer, because the captured chemicals and deposits need to be washed off from the membrane supernatant.
Because very fine holes that force raw water through the membrane used in these systems are a very slow process, the reverse osmosis system requires tanks, usually 2-
5 gallons, a lot of space under the sink.
Although there are very small holes on the membrane, most of the drugs in our water and other organic chemicals, such as pesticides and herbicides, are smaller than these holes, so they flow directly through the membrane.
Carbon filters were used to catch them.
So why is it complicated?
Why not use the carbon filtration system first?
The cost of operating reverse osmosis systems is also higher.
They usually produce drinking water for US dollars.
25 per gallon or more.
By contrast, the best
Sell the carbon filtration system I installed at home for a price of just under $. 10 per gallon.
It should also be noted that any filtration system is better for the environment than buying bottled water.
The United States produces 60 million bottles of water bottles per day. S.
Most of them were eventually buried.
There is a lot of plastic in the landfill, and a lot of oil was used to make bottles in the first place, not to mention shipping all the bottles.
Great Environmental impact
Do your part not to participate!
In terms of my money, the carbon filter or the \"carbon block\" filter unit is the best answer to polluting the water.
They are the type with the lowest operating costs, don\'t waste water, and do a better job of filtering bad things.
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