Berkey Filter Taking Heat? News Flash NSF/ANSI Doesn’t Guarantee Squat!

The Berkey Water Filter has come under criticism because  or reports that the filter was not able to process as many gallons of water as advertised. Upon release of this news, proponents of NSF and ANSI poured out of the woodwork proclaiming, “AH HA, this is because the Berkey does not bear the NSF certifications”. “AH HA, this is what happens when you purchase a non-certified filter.” An article by…

Glanris – Heading Off The Next Water Apocalypse

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) is a staple of the water purification industry. It is used for municipal drinking water, industrial water and wastewater treatment, and it is the component of the majority of consumer water filtration products. Like many of our natural resources the continued use of GAC is not sustainable.

How Does My Refrigerator Know When The Filter Needs Replaced?

Do our refrigerators have a water chemistry analyzer to detect when the filter is no longer making good water? Or perhaps it measure how many gallons goes through? With different parts of the country having different water qualities, how the hell does a big dumb thing like refrigerator have the smarts to know when a filter needs to be changed? If you have ever asked any of those questions, feel…