What is the Best Water to Drink?

The human body is 70% water. Drinking unhealthy water can have extreme negative impacts on your overall health. 

The best water to drink doesn’t taste or smell like chlorine. It doesn’t contain VOCs, cysts, viruses, lead, or other harmful contaminants. The best water to drink tastes refreshing and clean.

You might be surprised to learn that the best water to drink does not come out of a plastic bottle emblazoned "mountain fresh," on the label.

If you want the best water for you and your family, installing an Everpure water filtration system can give you clean, healthy water for a fraction of the cost of bottled, without the waste.

Bottled Water Facts

1. Plastic bottles are a significant cause of pollution.

Less than 30% of water bottles that can be recycled are. With over 73 billion half litre water bottles consumed yearly in the United States alone, this produces enough waste to circle the earth nearly 400 times. It is estimated that 1.6 billion pounds of plastic are added to the oceans each year. If we all avoided using disposable bottles when we can, this number could be drastically reduced.

2. Plastic bottles require fossil fuels to manufacture.

The process for manufacturing water bottles requires the use of a large amount of fossil fuels. If you’re looking to reduce your ecological footprint, avoiding plastic bottles that are not only littering the earth but also contributing to the increase in greenhouse gas emissions is a great place to start.

3. Plastic bottles might not be safe for your health.

Plastic contains many potential contaminants that can leach into the water they contain. Most people are aware of BPA—a compound found in some plastics that is hazardous to our health—but there are many other compounds water bottles with evidence pointing to potential health risks.

4. Much of the bottled water available is only tap water.

That’s right—you can be paying up to $3+ dollars a half liter for something that you can get much more economically at home. If you’re buying bottled water just 2 times a week, the cost of installing an Everpure water filtration system at home can pay for itself in just a year.

What Does an Everpure Filter Remove?

​Tastes, odors, and contaminants contained within particles as small as half a micron in size (about 1/60th the width of a human hair).

Depending on the model, an Everpure system can provide:

- Reduction of lead to below 15 ppb

- Filtration of cysts such as Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia, and Entamoeba histolytica

- Removal of THMs & VOCs

- Bacteriostats inside the filter to prevent bacteria building within your system

- Removal of a potentially cancer-causing contaminant, MTBE

These systems can provide you with water that meets or exceeds the quality of bottled water, at an extremely low operating cost of around $200/year.

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