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Water Purification of Municipal Water Treatment Plants

Water purification is the process of filtering those undesirable compounds, materials, substances, chemicals and biological contaminants from water.  Water is purified more specifically for human consumption  though it may be designed for other reasons such as to meet requirements for industrial and chemical applications, medical and pharmacology purposes or other reasons.

To begin the purification process is through water pre treatment, followed by PH adjustment of the water then the flocculation  followed by the process of sedimentation then by filtration. The last one is the disinfection which is accomplished by filtering harmful microorganisms like chlorine. Note: Some may not be used depending on plant scale and water quality.

Water Purification by municipal water treatment plants uses chemicals to disinfect water. They use either chlorine or chloramines or other like fluoride in dealing with microbes or further making your teeth stronger. Since they try to minimize the cost of treating water, they resort to less expensive processes. Since chlorine, chloramines or fluoride are less expensive, it is widely used.

Chlorination and fluoridation of water have become a great issue as fluoridation poses a threat to human health. And though some municipal water treatment facilities have used chloramines instead of chlorine, it’s still another issue because it’s not safer to use, just less expensive.

So what are you waiting for? You know your family deserves the best. Check our home page to see which products would work best for you!

Still not convinced? Contact us and we are happy to send you more info. Simply fill in your name and email address on the right and we will keep you up to date on what is happening to your water and other tips/recomendations for you to keep your family healthy.

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February 23, 2010 at 8:25 am Comment (1)

How about a Water Purification System Right into your own House?

Don’t you know that filtering the water that comes right into your house could not only provide you with safe, clean and healthy water, but could also make your water heater and other water appliances last up to 50% longer?

The chemicals that are removed by a water filtration system could also make your skin and hair more healthier and softer.  Besides of course the fact that you will no longer be inhaling the toxic gases right into your lungs and prevent it from being absorbed into your skin.  How is that idea giving of knowing what is going in and in your body sitting with you right now?

Exposure to contaminants like never before!

You are exposed to threat when you are drinking water which is contaminated with lots of toxic and carcinogenic substances. You are also exposed to it when you use it for cooking your food.  But do you know that you are more exposed to it during bathing or taking a shower?  Because when you are taking shower, you inhale the toxic gases; the contaminants are also absorbed by your skin which means you are put yourself into danger.

Benefits of whole house water filtration system!

When you have your own water purification system into your own house, every drop of water that comes out into your tap, shower or fills your swimming pool or aquarium is sure to provide you with cleaner and safer water. So install one, why not?

I know you have to consider the cost of installing one right into your house and the maintenance of it. You have to hire a plumber to replace the cartridge which means additional cost or you still need tools to replace the cartridge.

But wait a minute, put into consideration the filters that are being offered by EZCLEARWATER.

Don’t worry, they only offer those that are guaranteed not only to give you a better quality of water, but also is user friendly and environmentally safe.  And… the five year average cost is 1 Penny per gallon which means it meets your cost requirement.

Pre filter would only mean additional cost and NANO FILTRATION & SALT FREE WATER SOFTENER offered by EZCLEARWATER is so powerful that it works on almost any water source. Hardly ever that customer of EZCLEARWATER uses a pre filter.

With the Sanitary Quick Change Cartridge, you won’t be needing tools to replace your cartridge and no backwashing either. The water purification system EZCLEARWATER offers not only remove chlorines and sediments but also chloramines, cysts, total organic compounds, tannins, Trihalomethane (THMs), VOCs. NANO FILTRATION & SALT FREE WATER SOFTENER is tested and certified NSF 42 and NSF5 53.

Want another proof that is better than any other water purification system? It is also used by the largest beverage producers in the world; Coca Cola and Pepsi.

So what are you waiting for? You know your family deserves the best. Check our home page to see which products would work best for you!

Still not convinced? Contact us and we are happy to send you more info. Simply fill in your name and email address on the right and we will keep you up to date on what is happening to your water and other tips/recomendations for you to keep your family healthy.

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February 22, 2010 at 8:02 am Comment (1)

Chloramine as a Water Disinfectant

A lot of research and studies had been attempted on the ill effects of chloramines when used as a disinfectant. Still, there are no definite rulings to date whether it’s completely safe or not.

The EPA notes: “Chloramines have been used by water utilities for almost 90 years, and their use is closely regulated. More than one in five Americans uses drinking water treated with chloramines. Water that contains chloramines and meets EPA regulatory standards is safe to use for drinking, cooking, bathing and other household uses.”

This is in response to complaints to water companies who switched from chlorine to chloramines. Health issues ranges from respiratory, digestive to skin problems. “Experts” still rule that these are isolated cases and more likely attributed to allergic reactions on few individuals but many municipal water customers disagree.

More and more municipal systems are using chloramines. It is believed that chloramine is more stable than chlorine, therefore more likely to reach your house without disipating. However is is not as effictive at killing bacteria as is chlorine.

Others are complaining about the fact that the switch to a chloramine disinfectant should have been made public the moment it was put to use. Only when complications started to happen did they realize about the switch.

For many years the usual disinfectant used was chlorine. Based on studies conducted, it was observed that while chlorine does not react with pure water to have any negative health effects, organics present in the water prior to treatment, react with chlorine creating byproducts (THMs) which are carcinogenic. Though a rare event according to experts, it was the main reason for them to consider chloramines instead.

Few water filters are effective at removing chloramines.  It is up to consumers to do something about it, especially for those who are known to have a reaction to this chemical.  If a water filter is compliant with the NSF Standard 42 for the removal of Chlorine, that does not mean it will be effective for Chloramine reduction.  The challenge is choosing the one that is tested and certified according to NSF Standard 42 specifically for the reduction of Chloramine.


These days water contaminants are the kind you can’t see – toxic chemicals causing cancer, birth defects, infertility, and more. I’m relieved to know I’m now protecting my family’s health because we use state-of-the-art water filtration by Selecto Inc., made right here in the USA. Selecto has been innovating for commercial customers for 25 years. Now these superior filtration systems are available for home and office use through ezclearwater!

Donna Hoffman is the owner of http://www.ezClearwater.com , provider of the highest quality, earth-friendly water purification products for home, office, pool and spa. Our goal is to share products that are “Good to You and Mother Earth Too.”

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November 23, 2009 at 8:03 am Comments (0)