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There are a number of water filtration options available and they range significantly in price and quality. The EWG is a great resource to evaluate different systems and also to search your zip code to see what contaminants exist in your water supply.
I am personally in favor of three types in particular: granular activated carbon, KDF, and reverse osmosis filtration symptoms.
Granular Activated Carbon: Granular activated carbon (GAC) filters are made of tiny, loose granules of carbon. Carbon filters remove contaminants through adsorption, a process in which contaminants are attracted to the surface of the activated carbon and held to it. Carbon filters also act as a catalyst to change the chemical composition of some contaminants. Activated carbon is ideal for removing chlorine, organic chemicals such as pesticides, THMs like chloroform, and many VOCs that are components of gasoline, solvents and industrial cleaners. GAC filters are particularly effective at removing chemicals that give foul odors or tastes to water such as hydrogen sulfide or chlorine.
Kinetic Degradation Fluxion: Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) process media are high-purity copper-zinc granules that reduce contaminants in water using an oxidation/reduction reaction. They are often used in pretreatment, primary treatment and wastewater treatment applications in order to extend system life and to reduce heavy metal contamination, chlorine and hydrogen sulfide.
Reverse Osmosis: Reverse osmosis (RO) systems typically include one or more activated carbon and sediment filters. The first step in the system is that activated carbon treatment captures and removes chlorine, trihalomethanes, and VOCs. Next, during the reverse osmosis filtration, tap water passes through a semipermeable membrane that blocks any particles larger than water molecules. RO systems are highly effective at removing many contaminants, such as arsenic, fluoride, hexavalent chromium, nitrates and perchlorate. However, they do come with the concern of water waste. In addition, because RO water has been extensively purified, it can also remove many good minerals along with unwanted impurities. If you drink exclusively or primarily RO water, you may miss out on some of these good minerals. I recommend adding electrolytes back into RO filtered water.
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