How Do I Remove Arsenic From Drinking Water?
Arsenic can increase the risk of bladder cancer, lung cancer, skin problems by drinking water with concentrations of 50 µg/litre, or even lower. Breathing Arsenic can also raise the risk of lung cancer.
Removing Arsenic from drinking water can be done at the Point of Use (POU). Or it can be done at the Point of Entry. POU is where a filter is placed at the drinking water tap area. POE is where the filter is place for the whole house or building.
You can remove Arsenic from your dinking water (POU) for as little as $55. You can remove it from the whole house for as little as $100 for small amounts of Arsenic in water. And for heavy amounts of Arsenic, whole house filters start around $500.. For more information, click on the link below: