The Best Just Got Better!

Sunday, March 29, 2015 - by Water2Drink

This week, Multipure International announced an important enhancement to the Aquaversa (MP750) and Aquadome (MPAD) Drinking Water Systems. These two models are now certified under NSF’s new Standard 401, “Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants,” to greatly reduce emerging contaminants that are occurring in water sources today. These compounds include #pharmaceuticals such as pain relievers and blood pressure medicine, hormones, herbicides and pesticides, and other chemicals used as flame retardants and detergents.

The newly certified Aquaversa and Aquadome have been proven effective in reducing the levels of the following 15 contaminants covered under Standard 401:

Atenolol Bisphenol A
Carbamazepine Estrone
DEET Ibuprofen
Linuron Naproxen
Meprobamate Nonyl phenol
Metolachlor Phenytoin       
TCEP Trimethoprim
NSF International surveyed more than 1,000 American consumers, and those surveyed indicated that of the emerging contaminants, #pesticides and herbicides were of greatest concern, followed by prescription drugs, detergents, flame retardants, and OTC medicines.  According to the survey, these emerging contaminants were ranked by consumers as being of significant concern to their health. #Standard401 addresses all of these contaminants, and now the Aquaversa and the Aquadome are NSF-certified to reduce them.
Multipure continues to improve its solid carbon block filtration technology to increase its effectiveness and to provide consumers with products that address current and emerging needs in water filtration. is proud to be an exclusive distributor for Multipure, and we strive to provide our customers with updated information and assistance in solving your water filtration needs.  Contact #Water2Drink today and we can help you determine which Multipure drinking water system is right for you.

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