Water Filters: Clean Water Act

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
Capturing and removing naturally-occuring arsenic (which comes from the earth's crust) from city water supplies can be difficult.

According to its manufacturer, this undercounter water filter removes significant amounts of arsenic (down to 0.5 microns). It also reduces cyst, lead, mercury, VOCs, PCBs and chlorine.

Made of stainless steel, the ceramic-disk faucet (shown in photo) is included. Recommended for municipally-treated water, the filter's capacity is about 600 gallons. Replacement filters are $98.88.

  • Model is Multi-Pure Arsenic Undercounter Water Filter System, CBASSB.
  • Price is $498 (August 2005).
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