GenX and other harmful PFAS contaminants have been detected in your city's drinking water. Because of this, you are eligible for aFREE water filter that will remove these contaminants from your tap water.
What Is GenX?
GenX is a man-made contaminant that is part of a broad category of harmful chemicals called PFAS. PFAS are known to cause various types of cancers, increase the risk of miscarriage, hormonal disruptions, and other several other negative health effects. GenX, and other PFAS contaminants have been detected in the Cape Fear River at levels higher than almost anywhere else in the country. Your water provider, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) draws water from the Cape Fear River before treatment and distribution. Even after water has been treated for distribution, GenX and other PFAS are still detected at levels known to cause adverse health effects.
How Will This Filter Help?
Hydroviv water filters have been part of various third-party studies including "Fluorochemical Removal By Home Filtration Devices" completed by NC State and "Assessing the Effectiveness of Point-of-Use Residential Drinking Water Filters for Perfluoroalkyl Substances" completed by Duke University. The data below shows how well Hydroviv filters remove GenX and other PFAS from tap water in Wilmington, North Carolina. These filters have been developed specifically to address the contaminants in your city's tap water. Hydroviv is not in any way affiliated with NC State, Duke University, or CFPUA.
How Well Do Hydroviv Filters Remove GenX and Other PFAS?
How Do I Install The Filter?
Hydroviv filters attach to the cold water line under your sink. Installation does not require plumbing or drilling, and you can do it yourself in about 15 minutes. The system will come with an instruction manual as well as a link to our installation video.
How Do I Receive a Free Filter?
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