Unsafe levels of copper were recently discovered in the tap water at several homes in Richmond, Va. 4Patriots LLC suggests that homeowners use the Patriot Pure Pitcher to rid their water of dangerous contaminants.
— In a vast majority of cases, water leaving water treatment plants in most municipalities is safe to drink. But sometimes the path it takes to reach homes and businesses is not.
That has been the problem with many water contamination situations in a variety of U.S. cities. Aging water pipes leading into homes are often corroded, resulting in lead and copper contaminations. Last week in Richmond, Va., elevated levels of copper were discovered in the tap water at several homes, according to KSL-TV, the NBC affiliate television station in Richmond.
“We hear about high-profile lead contaminations in places such as Flint, Mich., and Newark, N.J., but water contaminations are happening all over the country,” said Allen Baler, Partner at 4Patriots. Baler’s company provides a variety of products that help people become more self-reliant and independent.
“At 4Patriots, our water purification pitcher is designed to keep people safe from contaminants by removing 99.99 percent of toxins.”
The Patriot Pure Pitcher filters out heavy metals including copper, lead, mercury, aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, chromium 6, asbestos and more. Also, radiological elements such as radon 222, plutonium, uranium and cesium.
It also filters out chemicals including pesticides, VOCs, DDT, PCBs and trihalomethanes, as well as fluoride, chlorine, silt, sand and sediment. The Patriot Pure Pitcher holds up to one gallon of water and features a filter that lasts for 150 gallons.
“The Patriot Pure Pitcher and other self-sufficiency products can be seen in the latest 4Patriots Catalog,” Baler said.
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