The cancer-causing contaminant Chromium-6, brought to the public gaze by Erin Brockovich, is at levels exceeding public health goals in 50 states.
Millions of people are trying to find a workable solution to protect themselves and their families and to avoid drinking contaminated water. Â
What Reverse Osmosis Water Does to the Pipeline
A reverse osmosis water system is sometimes touted as a possible solution on both a domestic and municipal level. Â After all, it removes contaminants and thatâ€™s the goal, right?
Unfortunately, reverse osmosis is not a solution on either front. Â On a city-wide basis, aside from the prohibitive cost of building the plant, the stripped-back water â€“ though admittedly free of contaminants â€“ is corrosive. Â Why is this a problem for anyone drinking it? Â In short, corrosive water can cause the leaching of dangerous metals such as copper and lead from water pipes. Â
So you donâ€™t get Chomium-6, but you might still end up with drinking water that isnâ€™t safe to drink. Â
But what about a domestic reverse osmosis machine? Â No pipes to worry about; the water is cleaned up, and then you drink it. Â That’s got to work, right?
No, it doesn’t, though. Â Reverse osmosis water is produced by forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane. Â The process removes contaminants but crucially, it also removes essential minerals that our bodies need to survive and thrive. Â This is no insignificant concern: the World Health Organization made a statement in recent years that reverse osmosis water, â€śhas a definite adverse influence on the animal and human organism.â€ť
What Reverse Osmosis Water Does to You
The demineralization of the water has another adverse effect as well: it wants to be mineral-rich again. Â To achieve this, reverse osmosis water tries to do to your body what it does to the water pipes — it leaches minerals. Â
Thatâ€™s right. Â RO water tries to stabilize itself by stealing minerals from your bones, teeth and wherever else it finds them. Â Thereâ€™s no doubt that treating water by reverse osmosis is an excellent short-term fix in places where water infrastructure has completely broken down, but itâ€™s not a long-term solution. Â
But Chromium-6 isnâ€™t going anywhere, so what can you do?
Tyent Chromium-6 Filter
Standard household filters donâ€™t remove the carcinogenic toxin, and until now, the options were practically non-existent. Â The good news is that here at Tyent, our engineers have been unswervingly committed to finding a solution for our customers. Â
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