February 1998 Issue
The Unfiltered Truth About Home Water-Treatment Devices
Three out of four Americans say they're concerned about the quality of their drinking water, and sales of filtration devices have skyrocketed, according to the Water Quality Association, a trade organization of water-treatment device manufacturers. These devices run the gamut from $20 pitchers to $1,000 undersink units. Which do you need? Do you even need a filtering device? "Consumers are routinely duped by people who perform free home water tests," warns Stan Hazan
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