Can you really trust the claims made by water filter manufacturers?

Get ready for the most explosive science-backed revelations to ever be published about off-the-shelf water filters sold at Wal-Mart, Amazon, campaign stores and other retailers, covering over a dozen popular brands.

In 2014, we shocked the water filter market by publishing independent laboratory tests of water filter products, revealing their effectiveness in removing heavy metals.

  • ISO-accredited (17025) laboratory facility
  • ICP-MS instrumentation with sub-ppb sensitivity
  • EPA validated methods
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Now, four years later, we're embarking on a new, expanded water filter testing protocol to test the real-world performance of consumer-level water filtration products for much more than heavy metals, using updated instrumentation and testing protocols.

In early 2019, the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, in conjunction with CWC Labs, will publish comprehensive, expanded test results covering:

  • Heavy metals removal efficiency
  • Radioisotope removal efficiency
  • pH "alkaline" water claims
  • Herbicide (glyphosate) removal efficiency

Get ready for the most explosive science-backed revelations to ever be published about off-the-shelf water filters sold at Wal-Mart, Amazon, campaign stores and other retailers, covering over a dozen popular brands.

Watch for exclusive coverage of this product testing at ConsumerWellness.org, a 501(3)c non-profit organization that carries out science in the public interest.

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