How A Water Filtration System Can Help Reduce Microplastics?
Have you been hearing more about microplastics recently?
Microplastics have been in the news after a study came out that asserts humans may consume a credit card’s worth of plastic every week.
What Are Microplastics?
Microplastics are plastic debris particles less than five millimeters in size. There are some microplastics even smaller than this called nanoplastics. All these particles come from the decomposition of plastic materials, which make up a large portion of the world’s waste. Microplastics can enter the soil and end up in groundwater, be eaten by fish and other wildlife humans may consume and enter the freshwater we use for drinking.
Microplastics are not entirely avoidable. They’ve been found in our clothing, food, and hygiene products. Most importantly, microplastics have been found in America’s drinking water, bottled water, and well water.
How Can You Reduce Microplastics in Water?
Filtering your water can help remove microplastics. ProOne gravity water filters can remove up to 99.999% of microplastics so you can drink what you mean to drink – clean, refreshing water!
The ProOne Traveler+ Gravity Water Filter is perfect for daily use and uses the ProOne G2.0 series filter, the only NSF/ANSI-42 certified gravity filter. This filtration system can hold 2.25 gallons and has an easy setup, with no plumbing or electricity required.
If you’re looking for something smaller, the ProOne Water Filter Pitcher uses the same G2.0 water filter technology to remove microplastics along with 200+ other contaminants, like minerals, pesticides, and heavy metals.
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All ProOne water filters are uniquely engineered to help reduce undesirable contaminants and water pollutants, improving the quality of your water.
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( Content from ProOne