How can you remove PFAS from drinking water?

A reverse osmosis water filter is one of the most effective tools for removing PFAS from drinking water. Moreover, filters containing activated carbon are also efficient in removing these chemicals from water. Dual-stage filters - activated carbon and reverse osmosis - are also a good option.

The EPA uses several methods to remove PFAS from drinking water

While you can minimize the content of PFAS in drinking water at home by using a reverse osmosis water filter or a filter containing activated carbon, removing these chemicals from large sources of water requires other methods. The EPA uses the following to clean up these persistent contaminants from water:

  • granular activated carbon
  • ion exchange resins
  • high-pressure membrane systems

If you decide to join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit, you can obtain the financial compensation necessary to remove these harmful chemicals from your drinking water source. By virtue of our  PFAS Settlement Payout Program, you might be able to access the funds necessary to clean up these contaminants from your drinking water.

Quality legal assistance for communities whose drinking water contains PFAS

Since 1990, we have been dedicating our endeavors to providing assistance to toxic exposure victims, and now we take up PFAS water contamination cases.

If your drinking water source has a detectable PFAS level, we encourage you to contact our skilled attorneys, who will help you join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit.

The money you can receive will help you with water testing, remediation, and treatment.

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