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Remove Arsenic in Water with EP Minerals' NXT-2

Posted by Julie Brown

Aug 23, 2016 4:16:18 PM

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Arsenic in the water is a problem around the world today. It’s in groundwater, and it can seep into local water systems and private wells. While it’s an element found in the earth’s crust from millions of years ago, it can be very toxic in high levels.

According to the Center for Public Integrity, arsenic is known to cause a variety of cancers as well as being linked to heart disease, strokes and diabetes. Recent research has found an association between arsenic and IQ deficits in children. If you drink water from a private well, it’s unlikely that it’s ever been tested for arsenic.

More than 40 million Americans drink from such wells; of those, the U.S. Geological Survey estimates that as many as 3 million consume water that wouldn’t meet the EPA standard.

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How EP Minerals' NXT-2 filter media is used to remove arsenic in water

Posted by Julie Brown

Feb 8, 2016 8:25:00 AM

Water-Stream-Into-Glass_700x450 NXT-2 filter media removes arsenic from water

We’ve all been thinking more about the water we drink lately after learning about the tragic situation with the municipal water system in Flint, Michigan. In the US, water is one of the things we all take for granted every day. We usually don’t think twice about drinking the water from our taps at home or work. But that’s not true in a lot of areas around the world today, and even in many areas of the US. Why? It’s not because of contaminated pipes like in Flint. It’s because of arsenic.

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Is there arsenic in your water? EP Minerals’ NXT-2 can remove it.

Posted by Julie Brown

Dec 1, 2015 9:33:00 AM

Water-Stream-Into-Glass_700x450

Arsenic in the water is a problem around the world today. It’s in groundwater, and it can seep into local water systems and private wells. While it’s an element found in the earth’s crust from millions of years ago, it can be very toxic in high levels.

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Topics: NXT-2