One Touch Water, a new home water filtration company, seeks to educate all consumers on the overall convenience and benefits of using one of its home water filters.
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The bottleless home water purification experts at One Touch Water are currently reaching out to consumers to provide information about the benefits of Point-Of-Use (POU) filters. Highlighting convenience, environmental benefits, and health precautions, the company hopes to provide its prospective customers with the knowledge required to make an educated decision about purchasing or leasing home water filters. One Touch Water can be found online at http://www.OneTouchWater.com.
“At One Touch Water, we understand how easy it is to give in to the temptation of drinking bottled water. Whether you’re out buying lunch and want to avoid drinking a sugary soft drink, or you bring a beverage with you on your way to the office as part of your morning routine, it’s easy to reach for that bottle of water. Bottled water is often marketed to us as a healthy alternative to the water constantly flowing through our taps, but more often than not the water contained within the bottles we purchase is from the tap itself, and priced at a premium. Our goal is to provide consumers with the truth about bottleless home water filters, and let them discover why they might be a better choice,” said David Green, spokesperson for the home water filtration company.
Selecting an appropriate water filtration device becomes ever more essential with the news that contamination in public tap water is rising exponentially in the United States. Contamination comes in many varieties, including pharmaceutical runoff in the form of antibiotics, mood stabilizers, and sex hormones; fluoride injections; naturally occurring and industrially produced arsenic; and nitrates from agricultural runoff. The use of One Touch Water’s holistic POU home water filters gives consumers the ability to remove sediment and rust with the help of a physical barrier; expunge chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, and other contaminates through the use of carbon filtration; and prevent the buildup of bacteria on the inside of the water cooler with advanced UV filtration. These functions all occur inside the same machine, which is conveniently hooked up to a pre-existing home water source that consumers already have access to. Multi-level filtration keeps customers at ease by providing them with clean water at several different temperature settings.
The use of home water purification also substantially lessens the carbon footprint that comes from using bottled water and bottled water coolers daily. Each year, 2.7 million tons of plastic are used to bottle water, both for individual and cooler dispenser use. To distribute this weekly throughout the country, it takes 37,800 tractor trailers, which in turn use over 1.5 million barrels of oil yearly—enough to fuel approximately 100,000 cars annually. Most of this very same plastic ends up in landfills, despite the fact that it could be easily recycled.
To learn more about One Touch Water’s bottleless home water filters, visit the company online at http://www.OneTouchWater.com or call a representative at 718-569-1020 x 458. More information is available at its blog, which is, available at http://www.OneTouchWater.com/blog. The company is also socially active, and maintains profiles on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/OneTouchWater and http://twitter.com/OneTouchWater, respectively.