By certifying our Aquadome and Aquaversa – two of our most popular Drinking Water Systems – Multipure proudly stands ahead of the curve and offers the protection that modern consumers deserve for their drinking water.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) May 09, 2015
Multipure has added to their already industry-leading array of treated drinking water contaminants with the addition of Aquadome and Aquaversa certification for NSF/ANSI Standard 401: Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants.
By certifying their Aquadome and Aquaversa Drinking Water Systems for Standard 401, Multipure offers additional quality guarantees to its customers and Distributors, while strengthening its position as an industry leader in the treatment of drinking water contaminants. Multipure President Zachary Rice comments, “NSF certification for Standard 401 is a tremendous boon for Multipure and for all of the people using and selling our products. This certification joins our already stellar contaminant treatment certifications under NSF Standard 42 for Aesthetic Effects and NSF Standard 53 for Health Effects, and it demonstrates that Multipure continues to lead the way in treating contaminants of today and tomorrow.”
NSF developed Standard 401 for water contaminants of public concern. These contaminants have grown in consumer awareness over recent years, and include items such as prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, herbicides and pesticides, and chemical compounds. Specific examples of these contaminants include estrone (a hormone), ibuprofen (an over-the-counter pain reliever), DEET (a pesticide and insect repellent), and BPA (a chemical compound used in plastics).
Multipure Vice President of Marketing and Certified Water Specialist, Kenton Jones, adds, “The NSF Standard 401 classification contains a variety of contaminants that are only recently entering the public consciousness in regards to their drinking water. By certifying our Aquadome and Aquaversa – two of our most popular Drinking Water Systems – Multipure proudly stands ahead of the curve and offers the protection that modern consumers deserve for their drinking water.”
Founded in 1944, NSF International’s mission is to protect and improve global human health. NSF develops public health standards and certifications that help protect food, water, consumer products and the environment. An independent, accredited organization, NSF tests, audits, and certifies products and systems as well as provides education and risk management. Their mission is carried out by over 2,100 global employees, including microbiologists, toxicologists, chemists, engineers, and environmental and public health professionals.
Founded in 1970, Multipure is an industry leader in the manufacture and distribution of drinking water systems and compressed solid carbon block filters. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, Multipure employs over 200 people, and is committed to being a company that provides the people of the world with the best quality drinking water at an affordable price. Multipure is a member of the Water Quality Association, the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, and the Better Business Bureau.