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PFAS in drinking water; how do I remove it?

PFAS in drinking water often occurs in agricultural areas. This contaminant is easily removed by using Supreme Osmosis filtration technology.

The abbreviation PFAS stands for per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances. These are man-made substances that do not naturally occur in the environment. Examples of PFAS are GenX, PFOA perfluorooctanoic acid and PFOS perfluorooctane sulfonates. PFASs are used in many products, resulting that these substances end up in the environment and are now commonly found in the surface water.

Our Supreme Osmosis technology removes contaminants up to 0.0001 microns in size.  This includes contaminants often used in agricultural industries,  such as Pfas. 

A full scope of the capabilities of our technology can be found here