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June 07, 2007


Adam Winter

When evaluating different water filtration systems also consider the amount of water that the unit wastes during it's back flush cycle. Some reverse osmosis units and whole home water filters can waste more than 100 gallons per month.

Also check with your water district to determine if they treat the water with chlorine or chloramine. Not all filters can effectively remove the chloramine and this is what most districts (in the bay area) are using to treat the water.

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