Why Point of Entry?

Because it's not just about what you drink.

According to Duff Conacher, Center for Study of Responsive Law. (Troubled Waters on Tap), "Exposure to vaporized chemicals in the water through showering, bathing and inhalation is 100 times greater than through drinking the water."  For your peace of mind, i's essential to ensure that every drop of water coming out of that faucet is absolutely pure.

A point-of-entry water purification system is the only means to fully ensure the security and quality of your water supply. This conclusion was reached in independent studies conducted by the Department of Homeland Security, the American Water Works Association, and the National Research Council.

Better than Bottled

According to the Pacific Institute, "bottled water typically costs a thousand times more per liter than high-quality municipal tap water." Yet, in the United States, 24 percent of bottled water sold is [...] bottled, purified municipal water.1 And did you know that what you buy in that bottle is less regulated than what comes out of your faucet? While the EPA requires multiple daily tests for bacteria in tap water and makes results available to the public, the FDA only requires weekly testing and does not share its findings with the EPA or the public. Add to this the issues of pollution and chemicals leaching from plastic into your water and it's quickly evident that you're better off drinking the water coming right out of your faucet. With HydroSecure® ensuring that your water supply is fresh and pure 100% of the time, you'll never drink bottled again.

1. Fishman, Charles. “Message in a Bottle.” Fast Company Magazine July 2007: 110.

2. Burros, Marian. “Fighting the Tide, a Few Restaurants Tilt to Tap Water.” The New York Times [New York City, NY] 30 May 2007: Section F, Page 1.

Continue reading about bottled water from the National Resources Defence Council.