A recent advisory issued to New York City residents urged them to run tap water for at least 30 seconds after tests detected the presence of lead, which is leaching into the tap from aging pipes. Last year, consumers learned that traces of prescription medications slip through conventional treatment methods to contaminate many municipal water supplies. No wonder consumers have become keen on filtration systems that treat water at the source. More than a dozen primary suppliers offer various ...

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