ZeroWater Emphasizes Importance of Clean Water as Water Supply Diminishes

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Utility companies are facing the need to raise rates as water supplies diminish. While Las Vegas and other parts of the United States currently have access to an abundance of this natural resource, the surplus will eventually give way to drought. ZeroWater, a unique tap water filtration system, provides a way for individuals to clean tap water and make it safe for consumption. ZeroWater’s capabilities will become increasingly important for purity and safety as water shortages climb.

Recently, the Huffington Post reported that utility companies are facing the need to raise rates as water supplies diminish. While Las Vegas and other parts of the United States currently have access to an abundance of this natural resource, the surplus will eventually give way to drought. ZeroWater, a unique tap water filtration system, provides a way for individuals to clean tap water and make it safe for consumption. ZeroWater’s capabilities will become increasingly important for purity and safety as water shortages climb.

“With water shortages predicted to worsen in the upcoming years, we at ZeroWater continue to be dedicated to providing products that offer consumers clean tap water,” commented Doug Kellam, Chief Executive Officer at Zero Technologies, LLC. “Our filter pitcher technology gives consumers comfort and security, knowing that ZeroWater is certified to remove chromium-6 and detectable solids in tap water. As clean water sources continue to diminish, ZeroWater is a smart, affordable, and widely available choice.”

The article cites the opinions of many industry professionals announcing an impending water shortage. Betsy Otto, director of a project that is currently studying water issues, asserts that worries pertaining to water shortages are on the rise.

“The U.S. is not immune to water shortages, and not just in the arid West,” commented Otto. “Parts of the Southeast and even New England have been concerned about meeting water demand during dry periods. This will only continue as populations and local economies put more strain on existing supplies, and as climate change brings more extreme weather patterns with the potential for more severe droughts.”

All ZeroWater products include a laboratory-grade water testing meter and guarantees a “000” reading on Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) to ensure great-tasting water. The company was also first to offer a filter recycling program. ZeroWater offers a variety of broadly available and affordable options for every person’s home tap water filtration needs, including a 23-cup Filter Dispenser, a 10-cup Pitcher, an 8-cup Pitcher and a 6-cup Space Saver Pitcher. Products are available online at http://www.ZeroWater.com, Amazon.com and many other online resellers, or at national retailers, including Target, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Meijer and Fry’s.

About Zero Technologies, LLC:

Zero Technologies, LLC - based in Bensalem, PA - has developed the ZeroWater Filtration System with the mission of delivering the best filtration possible to consumers through its patented 5-stage ion exchange filter which removes virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS). No other filter pitcher or dispenser can make this claim. By removing virtually all TDS, ZeroWater is the only gravity-fed filtration system to match the TDS levels found in Purified Bottled Water.

To date, the breakthrough ZeroWater filter has received certifications by NSF International and the Water Quality Association for the removal of copper, iron, zinc, aluminum, lead, chromium, mercury, chlorine and hydrogen sulfide.

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