What Does NSF-Certification Mean & Why Is It Important?
NSF-certification means that the Aqualuxe's performance claims - bacteria and virus purification, aesthetic contaminant filtration, health contaminant filtration, and emerging compound/incidental contaminant filtration - have been third-party tested and verified by NSF International, the premier organization for developing and testing health and safety standards around the world. It is important because it serves as proof from the world's leading testing and certification institute that the Aqualuxe does what we say it can do.
A Lot Of People Are Buying Bottled Water During The
There really is no comparison. While Multipure Drinking Water Systems possess NSF certifications for the broadest array of drinking water contaminants around, most bottled water is not third-party tested and certified for any contaminant treatment. In fact, most bottled water brands are simply repackaged tap water, and it has been discovered that 93% of all bottled water is contaminated with microplastic particles!
A lot of it comes down to perception and peace of mind. People believe that bottled water is better than their tap water, and so they gain some peace of mind when they have a supply of water that is perceived to be better than what they have at home. Some people are worried that their tap water may run out; fortunately for them, municipal water supplies are incredibly robust, with a very low possibility of running out - barring the occurrence of an event that might cause catastrophic infrastructure damage, such as an earthquake.
But What About The Convenience Of Bottled Water?
Is Bottled Water Really Convenient, Though?
Bottled Water Cost Can Be Deceiving
If you're talking about a single bottle of water, it's small and portable, but it's also tremendously expensive, averaging $7.57 a gallon versus $0.09 a gallon for Multipure filtered water.
Bottled Water Is Bulky & Takes Up Space At Home
If you're talking about a case of bottled water or a large jug of bottled water, it averages to about $1.22 a gallon, but it's also very bulky. It takes up a lot of room to transport by car, and it takes up a lot of room to store in the house.
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Bottled Water Is Also Limited
One Multipure drinking water filter is the equivalent to 5,000 bottles of water. Plus, Multipure replacement filters are delivered to your home, so you can avoid the crowds to get bottled water at a supermarket.
The Perceived Convenience Of Bottled Water Comes At
The Cost Of Quality & The Environment
Can You Trust Where It Comes From?
Bottled water is rarely - if ever - third-party certified as to its quality, and the majority of bottled water is simply repackaged tap water.
Disposable plastic bottles take 400-1000 years to decompose, and because less than 10% of these bottles are actually recycled, it leads to environmental disasters like the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an artificial island made of millions of tons of plastic that is twice the size of Texas and three times the size of France.
So Then What's The Bottom Line When It Comes To
Multipure & The Current COVID-19 crisis?
Simply put, with a Multipure Drinking Water System, you don't have to worry about running out of clean water during difficult times. You don't have to worry about trips to the store to buy, transport, and store bulky cases of bottled water. With a Multipure Drinking Water System, you have cleaner, healthier water whenever you need it. Taste the Difference of Multipure, and most importantly, stay safe.
Multipure has been deemed an Essential Business so we are open during the
COVID-19 crisis. Our staff is here to answer any questions you have.